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Re-activating 2ndary throttle bodies '04 Z1000

I bought a crashed '04 Z that I have been repairing over the winter. It is ready to hit the road as soon as materials arrive in the mail to finish wrapping the new tank. I have been discovering lots of mods that have been done to the bike including the de-activation of the secondary throttle bodies. I am very certain this has been done because the TB motor connector is just hanging loose. I have never rode a bike this powerful before, so I'd like to try it without 4krpm wheelie mode activated. I would like to know if there is anything I should do before plugging the connector back in. I dont want to get an error code or something. The bike is also running a PC3, would undoing this mod warrant an adjustment to the tune?
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