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Back when I pulled the charcoal canister off my my '15 R1, I found a thread on the R6 Forum where a guy capped the hose from the throttle bodies with a 1/4" stem plug. Thought that was a better solution than the cap I had on my Daytona so I bought a pack off eBay to use on all my bikes.

Didn't buy from here, but the same thing: http://www.pittsburghwatercooler.com...k_p_12694.html
Is that the right size for the throttle body hose? Essentially I did the same thing except with a bolt. Rounded the head of the bolt, forced it all the way in and vacumn capped it with a hose clamp. Should hold id think



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Is that the right size for the throttle body hose? Essentially I did the same thing except with a bolt. Rounded the head of the bolt, forced it all the way in and vacumn capped it with a hose clamp. Should hold id think
Yessir, that's the size I ordered. I zip tied the hose to secure the plug.

The link I posted is the same thing I ordered, but got it off eBay. Cost a little more on eBay but it was free shipping.

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It seems like people have really complicated this canister removal with various ways of plugging hoses and such.

Easy/best way:
1. Pull all the garbage out
2. Cap the little nipples on the throttle bodies with these:

http://www.widgetco.com/screw-thread...FY62wAodUsoDBg

You can get them at any hardware store for CHEAP. Buy several of various sizes and use those ones that fit nice and snug.

Done.

Now you don't have random hoses poking out all over...

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FYI: On my 06 they stayed in place and withstood the heat of racing for three years+ and held in there fine last year on my 14.

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It seems like people have really complicated this canister removal with various ways of plugging hoses and such.

Easy/best way:
1. Pull all the garbage out
2. Cap the little nipples on the throttle bodies with these:

http://www.widgetco.com/screw-thread...FY62wAodUsoDBg

You can get them at any hardware store for CHEAP. Buy several of various sizes and use those ones that fit nice and snug.

Done.

Now you don't have random hoses poking out all over...

PRO TIP!!!
Buy big ones and take care of your SAI block off for under a dollar!


FYI: On my 06 they stayed in place and withstood the heat of racing for three years+ and held in there fine last year on my 14.

There's no over complication about what's being used to plug a hose; the removal of the canister, purge valve, and other hoses remain the same. Your way might be the best to you, but not best to all. Plugging one hose versus capping off the three ports directly on the TB seems to be a lot easier to me. The three hoses that lead from the TB connect to a single hose and that hose can be zip tied down so it's not poking out or flopping around. Plus it'll be quicker to put the stuff back in place if need be.

However, I did try to cap off the ports to the TB on my Daytona during my initial canister removal. The hoses to the TB were on there pretty good and I didn't want to put too much effort into removing them so I abandoned that route.

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