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I just removed the carbon canister on my S. I capped off the vacuum lines and tucked them under the seat. It seems to run fine like that and I plan to keep it that way until I get an E tank, then I will remove the lines completly. My question is: :cry: by simply capping those lines, will there be any adverse effects that I am not aware of? :cry: Your knowledge and imput is appreaciated, Thanks. :cry:

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your fine just don't remove the oil blow by box! :cry:

Well, I didn't remove the oil blow by box, I dont even know what that is. What happens when I put an "E" tank on it, will that change everything? :cry:

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How is the tank vented ? Not thru the gas cap.Don't you need to leave the line from the tank open to vent ???? :cry:

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the downside is that your bike won't stall at exactly the wrong time :cry:

where are you at in central calif? i'm in san luis obispo.

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the downside is that your bike won't stall at exactly the wrong time :cry:

where are you at in central calif? i'm in san luis obispo.

Fresno area.

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I also have the S and was wondering if there was any power gains noticed?

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I also have the S and was wondering if there was any power gains noticed?

nope :cry: less clutter from the carb to the cannister, thats all :cry:

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