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Removing emissions crap from 2005 F41000

I've searched and found a few threads on this, but nothing that helps me know what I actually need to pull off the bike. I'm getting the bike dyno tuned and they asked me to pull off the emissions parts, or they could do it for $100.
I'm perfectly capable of doing it, but I just don't know which pieces. Anyone have a writeup on this?
I'm thinking that it's like an EGR system and I'll just look for something venting into the valve cover and start pulling things off from there?

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You have evaporative emissions canister, but no second air system. That is on the Euro3 bikes. The second air systems, by the way, have nothing to do with HP. They just add air to the exhaust pipe to help finish burning the spent fuel. The evap system won't impact HP either, just adds a bit of weight and complexity to the tank venting.

The main emissions device you have that will affect HP is the catalytic converter in the exhaust system.

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Bump for help?
I know one of you guys has pulled all of this stuff off for a PC3/Dyno tune.

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I pulled mine off on my F4 and Brutale. It has no effect on the Dyno. On the F4 you have to pull the fuel tank, as the charcoal canister is inside. You also need to cap the 4 (2 on each side) vacuum lines that go to the throttle bodies. If anyone has a pdf parts manual the emissions stuff is on a separate page for USA only, and it's easy to tell what needs to be removed.
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I know it doesn't effect performance.

Thanks for the tip. I'll take a look in the parts manual.
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