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Pair Valve ?


I'm hooking up a bike with a small shot of nitrous.  The bike has a 2 step. It's a GEN I busa.  The problem I'm having is that when I lock throttle the nitrous starts spraying. I have it activating on a WOT switch.  Can I use the pair valve to wire up a relay and activate the nitrous when it hits a certain rpm? How can I hook up the relay if possible? Thanks in advance guys.



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Gen 1 US bikes don't have a Pair valve electrical control. There was talk about using PAIR on some other ECU versions. I believe there is still code in the shifter code for it.

The "flapper valve" control can be configured as an RPM window switch. The settings are located in the upper left of the advanced screen.

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You can also wire a relay on the clutch switch (assuming you have a clutch) and have it disconnect the throttle switch until you release the clutch.

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sportbikeryder wrote:

You can also wire a relay on the clutch switch (assuming you have a clutch) and have it disconnect the throttle switch until you release the clutch.


 That's what I'm trying to do.  I don't have a clutch but I have a button.  I don't know how to wire in the relay.  Would you know how to do that? Any help is appreciated as always.



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