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Evap removal from V7III Racer ...

Discussion in 'V7/V85/V9 Chat & Tech' started by Godfrey, Oct 17, 2017.

  1. Tequilasunriser

    Tequilasunriser Just got it firing!

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    1.1 Yes, alternatively you can just remove the hose from the evap can and plug it then cut the hose above the filter. (that's what Todd recommended.) Ultimately they achieve the same result. A 3rd method would be to remove the hose labeled 5 from the throttle body and cover the port with a vacuum cap, and to cut the line labeled 4 above the breather valve (#3). You could then remove the evap can entirely.

    1.2 Yeah, you could let them hang, but I secured them with some zip ties to keep them in place. The ends are completely open though.

    2.1 Correct.

    2.2 Correct, burned off/recycled
     
  2. SaulGuzzi

    SaulGuzzi Tuned and Synch'ed

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    So i just competed it.
    Snip the round ufo thing off, cut the tube from the y connector thing, and plugged it with a metal cylinder thingy-ma-bob, then removed the can.

    So instead of plugging this with the tube, i can just use these plugs and reinforcing rings at the tip valve right?
     

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  3. Mayakovski

    Mayakovski Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Site Contributor!

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    I just had this happen to me as I removed the EVAP system and I got replacements from my local dealer.
    Yamaha, part # 90183-050A6.
    They fit perfect and are nice and strong.
     
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  4. Bruce Wharton

    Bruce Wharton Just got it firing!

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    Many thanks!
     
  5. Larry Vance

    Larry Vance Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Richard for the above info. I have a 2013 V7 and am still confused as to which line is which. Attached is a photo of the canister, which line is which and can I simply remove these fron the canister and block them off. Anything else to do. Thansks in advance.
     

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  6. V700Steve

    V700Steve Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    This explains it all. Cut it free block or delete small hose. View attachment.
     
  7. V7 Dreaming

    V7 Dreaming Just got it firing!

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    I don't understand how the canister work but I am starting to think if we block inlet port on intake manifold completely, remove hose from canister to manifold or cut it short and remove check valve then the reconnect the hose. Will the fuel tank still breathable? I think if I leave the remain system without check valve will help slowing the fuel leak when crash.

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  8. dududuckling

    dududuckling Tuned and Synch'ed

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    For those who did this mod, what do you guys use to cap the hoses once they have been snipped?

    I want a clean look and am thinking a rubber/plastic end cap with oetiker clamps?
     
  9. avlis

    avlis Tuned and Synch'ed

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    I left the hose attached to the intake but plugged it with clevis pin I bought at Home Depot. I bought three diameters and returned the two that wouldn't fit.
     
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  10. dududuckling

    dududuckling Tuned and Synch'ed

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    I'm thinking of using Tequila's third method: Remove hose 5 and cut above the breather valve #3 on hose 4. If possible, I'd like to remove hose 5, 4, evap can for a clean removal and I see less hoses in the maze and if the next user wants to put it back on, it is an option.
     

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  11. dududuckling

    dududuckling Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Do you by any chance remember the diameter? Attached to the intake, I'm assuming hose 5? Thanks for your input.
     
  12. V7 Dreaming

    V7 Dreaming Just got it firing!

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    I finished the job today. Remove all system completely. Reuse original hose and add smaller diameter hose at the end.
    On intake, I use 6mm silicone cap to block air inlet.
    Edited: I don't cut any hose but file the bent edge of the clamp and use pliers to remove the clamp. So all of them was removed without any damage(except hose clamps).

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  13. avlis

    avlis Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Did you plug the remaining vent hose? We’ve all left it open to air.
     
  14. avlis

    avlis Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Yes, plug hose 5. Sorry I don’t remember the size.
     
  15. V7 Dreaming

    V7 Dreaming Just got it firing!

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    Me? No, I left it open like in my pic 3. I just extend it with smaller diameter hose. Thank you for asking.
     

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