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post #1 of 2 Old 06-09-2004, 2:37 AM Thread Starter
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Evap Canister

I am getting the bike race ready and have removed the Evap cannister,

now I need to know what to do with all the tubes that connect to the backside of the throttle bodies?

Four of them connect to one main tee that connected to the evap purge valve - and one connects to the MAP sensor that attaches to the rear of the air box.. also each throttle body appears to connect to another one via tubing (I assume this is for balancing pressure??)

what do I do ? Plug them all?

can I remove the Map sensor or is it still necessary for proper operation?

and another question...

for those of you with no flapper and no HTEV.. do you leave the servo in place and let it think it is working the valves, or do you remove the servo from the bike?

Thanks In Advance..!
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Re: Evap Canister

I capped the fitting that connected to the evap purge valve.You need the map sensor for proper operation and most people leave the servo connected or the fi light will stay on.You probably already did this,but make sure you don't cap the gas tank vent that went to the evap,I got a longer hose and routed it with the other one that already runs to the bottom of the fairing.

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