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post #91 of 124 Old 06-22-12, 18:36
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sorry to bump an older thread but i'm looking into doing this before i put my belly pan on. has anyone done this on a '12 model with no issues? I'm not exactly sure what i'm doing but i'm reading up on what i can. wish there was a DIY w. pictures thread for this. sounds simple but when there's a bunch of tubes and only ONE of them needs to be plugged it sounds confusing on paper. lol.

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post #92 of 124 Old 06-22-12, 20:20
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Not all bikes have them. From what I read all Daytonas enter the country prepped for Cali emissions laws. The ones that don't end up there are supposed to be stripped of the added equipment by the dealer.
I have a 2011 in Michigan and do have one. Humm.....

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Ok I just wanted to try and make this easy for anyone who wants to do this.
1/remove leftside fairing
2/remove bolt that holds on carbon canister
3/unplug wire to evap valve
4/remove two bolts holding on evap valve bracket
5/plug hose that was coming out of top of evap valve
6/use some zip ties to clean it all up.....you can remove the electrical plug my cutting close to wiring harness.....you will end up with two unplugged hoses vented to fresh air just behind bottom of rear shock.
This is very eay to do.....bike will run no different...no error codes on dash......just a little less junk on your bike and one less thing to go wrong.
Below is a picture of what you remove.
So, just to make it clear for others. "5/ plug hose the was coming out of top of evap valve" ...is that the red, or the green in these pics? They seem to be side by side? Thanks!






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You guys make this way too hard. If you remove everything down there - the canister AND the valve - you'll be left with one vacuum line, the vent for the tank, and one electrical connection. If you lift up the back of the tank (no need to remove it), you can figure out which hose is which. I just cut the vacuum line off under the tank and used a screw to plug it. I also pulled the wire harness up under the tank and tied it in a loop. No CELs, no weirdness, everything's fine.

Now that the canister is gone, you will smell gas fumes around the bike if it sits in the sun.

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When I've done this on other bikes I've had trouble with tank venting. Sometimes on really hot days I would get overflow that was meant to be captured be the canister. Sometimes I would get a vacuum effect in my tank (which I solved by removing part of the rubber deal in the gas cap). Anyone have similar problems with their Daytona?
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You guys make this way too hard. If you remove everything down there - the canister AND the valve - you'll be left with one vacuum line, the vent for the tank, and one electrical connection. If you lift up the back of the tank (no need to remove it), you can figure out which hose is which. I just cut the vacuum line off under the tank and used a screw to plug it. I also pulled the wire harness up under the tank and tied it in a loop. No CELs, no weirdness, everything's fine.

Now that the canister is gone, you will smell gas fumes around the bike if it sits in the sun.
I did the same thing last night but pulled the hose off the 4 way connector and then used a 7/32" vacuum plug on the vacuum nipple next to the stepper motor. Literally no extra hoses and everything seems to work fine.
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So, just to make it clear for others. "5/ plug hose the was coming out of top of evap valve" ...is that the red, or the green in these pics? They seem to be side by side? Thanks!





im not sure my self about this... im going 2 do this sometime this week.... but from the instructions he gave i dont think its the red or green hose that u showed i think its the blue one that i have just marked.
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so i just did this and the motorcycle is acting funny it starts fine and everything it idles fine. but when i rev it up to 4500 rpm it starts bogging but if ill rev it past the 4500 rpm point then its fine or under 4500 rpm... its just when i hold it on 4500rpm it starts bogging?? does any1 have any idea y?
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post #99 of 124 Old 12-18-12, 14:23
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im not sure my self about this... im going 2 do this sometime this week.... but from the instructions he gave i dont think its the red or green hose that u showed i think its the blue one that i have just marked.
yes, you are correct, it's the blue hose there that you'll plug, and or remove and plug at the top

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yes, you are correct, it's the blue hose there that you'll plug, and or remove and plug at the top
Have a question? Why are you guys plugging that blue hose? It's a vent from the gas tank should be left unplugged. If I'm wrong about that please tell me why.
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