Lol...I also got "Californicated" here in Florida.
I purchased my 2016 Camo Model new at my dealer in Brandon, Florida and didn't notice the california vapor recovery garbage for about a week. I purchased many new motorcycles. You're not expecting it; you're not looking for it; you don't know what to look for! My dealer was equally surprised, but they subsequently determined from momma kawi that all Camo models produced were Cali Models. So, at least for the 2016 model year, if you wanted a digi-camo model you'd get a cali model.
An additional "A" at the end of the model number on your sales order is the indicator that it's a Cali Bike as in KL650EGFA for my 2016 and KL650EJFA for your 2018.
I bought my 2016 in 12/2015 but it wasn't until this past October that I removed all the cali emissions crappola. Basically, what I'd learned early on is that it didn't help anything and it didn't hurt anything. So I grumbled a little, but just left it on and pretty much forgot about it. It wasn't until I got into some serious motor work last October that I found how much crap there really was to that system. Basically I pulled it all out to get it out of the way!
At the same time, I did the Air Induction System (AIS) Blockoff using the Eagle Mike Air Induction Blockoff Kit. More emissions stuff, the AIS draws fresh air (from inside the frame) into the exhaust header to help ignite unburned fuel. Mostly another doesn't hurt or help anything, except in the case of some aftermarket pipes that experience much more decel popping than the oe to the point of backfire. It actually made a noticable difference with the Yoshi I'd installed earlier in 2018. Something else to consider as you dig out all the unnecessary plumbing on the KLR650.
I chronicled my Vapor Recovery and AIS removal in a blog post. Have a look...
The Eagle Mike AIS Blockoff Kit is under $15:
Here's the blog writeup: