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God Bless! . It's free with the purchase of each new Fury :cool:. You already have it installed unless you have removed it to stop the joyful popping and burbling :eek:. This is a page from your Fury Service Manual :eek:.
Oh wise and informed one :D Do you know a simple way to disconnect said system?
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My dear Count_Dooku, simple would be to plug the hose between the Air Cleaner Housing and the PAIR Control Solenoid Valve :).
on VTXs this supposedly caused condensate build up that caused other problems later on. The directions at myvtx are very good, the exception for the Fury is the Fury uses an electric valve instead of a vacuum, so you only need to unplug it, no vacuum lines to mess with, and make sure you plug the hole in the back of the air filter so no dirt can by pass the air filter. I found the Fury the easiest of the 3 (VTX and Fury) to do, and if you use Biglrys plates makes it easy
 

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Count Dooku was asking for simple. Blocking the line is good for a simple trial but for a permanent mod go all the way with Clueless although some dissassembly will be required. A word of caution: Unplugging the (PAIR control) solenoid (valve) alone will have the opposite to the desired effect. It's default position (no voltage aka unplugged) is open! furysm6-63[/QUOTE

I stand corrected, I looked at the pair soleniod on my bench and it is wide open w/no power (unplugged) to it.
 
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