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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-25-2006, 06:31 AM Thread Starter
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Yanking emissions canister?

When the tank was off my 910. I did not like the big charcoal canister and all the tubes taking up space by the alternator.

Has anyone taken all this crap out?? I have done it on all my Guzzi's and it really cleans them up nice.

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When the tank was off my 910. I did not like the big charcoal canister and all the tubes taking up space by the alternator.

Has anyone taken all this crap out?? I have done it on all my Guzzi's and it really cleans them up nice.

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Yes, I took it all out.

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Part numbers for the cool vacuum port caps the 750's came with are:

800089799
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800089800

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I think I cut a section of hose long enough to make a U loop on each side for the ports rather than cap them.

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I think I cut a section of hose long enough to make a U loop on each side for the ports rather than cap them.
The caps being numbered per cylinder are too cool to pass up I think it's $5 total.

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more weight reduction!! cheaper than getting C/F fenders.

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