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post #1 of 5 Old 10-18-2006, 12:15 PM Thread Starter
 
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How to remove Emission control box

Hi all,

i have CBR900 RR california spec equipped with emission control system installed. How can i remove this things ? And effect after uninstall that thing? any power gain or loss ?
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Re: How to remove Emission control box

My '94 also has all the cali crap on it. Basically its not taking away any power, its just shuffling air around in a bunch of useless tubes and boxes. Its even got an evap canister. Take it off and block off the holes if you want it out of the way, but you're not really going to gain much from it besides space......
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Re: How to remove Emission control box

yeah, tube & boxes so mess and quite pack. by remove it i can save some space and also some weight. So basically i can just take it off just like that ?? and block holes ?? is that all ?? hmm so easy ?? any affect on engine if remove it wrongly ?? or forgot to block holes?
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Re: How to remove Emission control box

Just make sure to follow where stuff goes. The crankcase vent should still go to the airbox. The charcoal canister can go, just vent the tank to open air. Make sure the carb bowls get properly vented. All the rest can go.....
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Re: How to remove Emission control box

aye..aye .. thanks for the advice. good day.
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