Join Date: May 2009
Location: Long Beach, CA, USA
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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.
If a British high school dropout can put it together, I can take it apart.