Why use AIS block-off plates when you can just cap the elbows? it's the same result. It may look better but you can't see it anyway.
This is a good point!! I can't wait to weigh my bike this summer. I have taken off so much crap and brackets its unbelievable. I have like 2 boxes full of usless crap now, not to mention all the hardware and bolts that go with it...Drop the 8lbs of junk that goes with it.
I have a spare set that we had made up ... Send me a PM with your mailing address and I'll send them down.I do not want to thear jack but I do have a question on this topic and some have said to make your own plates. I would if I knew the size (thickness, space between bolt holes and size of holes) of them. I would like to make them up before tearing the bike apart as do not have alot of room to work were my bike is stored for the winter.
that should answer the question for you. either make some plates or spend the $20 for them. lolOh, and back to the point. I have seen them capped. Works fine for a while. Then, moisture builds up and rusts out the tubes from the inside out. Then they'll leak brown cruck on your engine case and make a bad noise.