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Removing the Evap canister.

Hi Guys,

Im looking post by post in the whole fourm on how to remove the evap canister from a F3 675, but I couldn't find a guide on how to do it.
( I did find on the F4, but not the F3)

If anyone came across of that post, please can you share the link with me, I need to take that out for the Saturday track day.

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Similar - http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...Evap+cannister

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I'm in the process of putting my bike all back together. From what I gather I removed the canister and its bracket. I removed all the canisters hoses and capped off each nipple that lead into the engine head. I then connected the two hoses that come off the fuel tank to run down and out the bottom of the bike. I'll take photos tomorrow night. The bike is still in peices.
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I'm in the process of putting my bike all back together. From what I gather I removed the canister and its bracket. I removed all the canisters hoses and capped off each nipple that lead into the engine head. I then connected the two hoses that come off the fuel tank to run down and out the bottom of the bike. I'll take photos tomorrow night. The bike is still in peices.
Please do this mate, pretty please.

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Looks like simple, just unplug the hoses, one need to be sealed and the other not. I'm alright ?
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Pretty simple. Take the tank off. Remove the canister and all its garbage. Go to the intake track and put vacuum plugs on all three. Then put a Y connector on the two hoses from the bottom of the fuel tank and run that out the bottom of the bike. Done.

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Pkolky, thank you for make this easy for everyone !!!

1- Remove the canister and all its garbage (pic1,2and3)

2- Vacuum plugs, where do I get those ?

3- The Y connector is to connect the 2 hoses to 1 hose and then run it from the tank to the bottom of the bike, so the tank can breath and have air in and out, right ?

That's it ? is so easy ? , what about taking the canister out and just plug one of the hoses like my pic 4 ?
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The two lines from the tank are for 1. Expanding air escaping or being sucked into tank as fuel cools down, as well as some overfilled fuel. 2. Water drained from around the fuel cap, if you open the fuel cap you will see the little drain hole.

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Pkolky, thank you for make this easy for everyone !!!

1- Remove the canister and all its garbage (pic1,2and3)

2- Vacuum plugs, where do I get those ?
Auto parts store (high temp)

3- The Y connector is to connect the 2 hoses to 1 hose and then run it from the tank to the bottom of the bike, so the tank can breath and have air in and out, right ? Yep!

That's it ? is so easy ? , what about taking the canister out and just plug one of the hoses like my pic 4 ?
Or you could do that. I prefer a clean job and not to mention the more hoses and brackets I can remove the better !
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All done. Bike runs perfect per my instructions above. Also replaced head cover gasket. Plug gaskets. Orings. New spark plugs. DNA air filter. etc. no more leaky head cover gasket!! Woo Hoo.


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