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05-06-2016 11:50 AM
captsam54 Ahh.. sounds good. no emissions stuff here in Fla. Probably best to cap them off st the carb etc.. Does anyone have the schematic's for this??
05-06-2016 11:03 AM
CheapBassTurd Does your area or state have emissions testing?

Indiana doesn't and my EPA stuff has gone missing.

If you remove the "stuff", make sure EVERY vac line and air nipple is capped,
sealed, plugged off, etc. This will keep all the air circuits at their correct
balance. All this stuff affects the carb, the vacuum source. It can only suck air thru the
big hole on the end to run happy.
05-06-2016 08:49 AM
captsam54
Remove Evap Canister??

Is it possible or prudent to get rid of the evap canister?? Newbie question... Reroute tubes etc. I want to put a tool cylinder there..lol

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