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Old 03-30-06, 07:44   #1
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Default Evap canister removed

I removed the evaporation canister, which is a simple task and only takes a few minutes to do. The hoses and electrical connection just need to be cable-tied to the mounting tab to prevent them from flopping around and possibly coming in contact with the exhaust.

The underside looks less cluttered and I shaved 1.3 lbs of weight.


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Old 03-30-06, 08:34   #2
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where exactly is this located at?
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Old 03-30-06, 09:06   #3
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Default Any downside?

I'm all for the weight savings; I have a question: Any downside in terms of performance or fueling? On the BMWs, guys have to do a bunch of reconnecting of the evap tubing to keep the FI system happy. I haven't done a canisterectomy on mine, so I don't know the drill.
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Damn, that's the cleanest chain I've seen in a long time, well done. :)
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What is that????

Is that anything to do with the emissions laws over there. I don't think I have one of them on my bike and if it's located at the end of the fairing then I definately don't have one of those.
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Damn, that's the cleanest chain I've seen in a long time, well done. :)
he hasn't ridden it yet
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Is there one of those on every bike sold in the US or is it still just a California thing?
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What's it for?

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I believe it is used to control gasoline evaporation and therefore reduce air polution.
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Will, I'd be suprised if you don't have one. I do. It does not look like it has a return, so I doubt it will mess up the EFI. Thanks for the post. Let us know if you see any fueling differences.

p.s. your bike is too clean!
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