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V85TT Evap and Tip Info

Discussion in 'V7/V85/V9 Chat & Tech' started by GT-Rx®, Aug 15, 2019 at 10:19 AM.

  1. GT-Rx®

    GT-Rx® Administrator Staff Member

    Jul 1, 2009
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    First service done yesterday on the RentAGuzzi/ V85TT, which included some exploratory investigation on the inner workings. Below is info on the evap and tip valve to eliminate the fuel tank pressurization and future running issues, like all other V7/V9s. I ran out of time to see if they used the half plastic/half metal filter, but I will do it when I can dig into the ECU fueling. It also looks like they shared the air box with the 1400. So opening that up will be done also.
    Tank removal is fairly easy. Under the key cover is two front bolts, and one in the rear, unplug the connectors/fuel lines, and off it comes. I will post again also on the SAS, which is also the same as the V7/V9s.

    1. Key cover, one bolt on each side, slide forward and lift.


    2. This exposes the two tank bolts (one shown missing below), and the grey/green valve is the infamously notorious tip-over valve:


    3. Fuel line and rear tank bolt arrowed:


    4. L to R, fuel pump connector, breather/overflow and fuel line disconnect. These all can be done prior to tank removal via easy access under the tank frame mount bracket shown.


    5. With the tank removed looking forward, the tip valve shown apart, and red arrow is the evap can. You can snip and plug the line partially hidden (arrowed) line to resolve the intake leak.

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