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    Took Mine out and Relocated Coolant Overflow to that spot! (In a little Bottle I Modified)

    Glad to have the Charcoal gone, what a waste of space
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRFan1 View Post
    This weekend I was bored so I decided to pull the charcoal canister off of my 17 RR. Little bit of a pain but not bad. It actually helps my bike run about 5 degrees cooler on average and helps the fan do its job....I was amazed actually. Win Win!
    With the can removed, my bike operates in 75-C territory at speed, easy 5C less.
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    Same result on my 13MY APRC. Also destroyed the plastic check valve in the removal process. It's a good mod with no discernible downside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRFan1 View Post
    - Curse, cuss and swear as you try and pull the vent line with the check valve out from the rear.
    Can the check valve be disposed of or does it need to be put back in the line going straight down from the tank?

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    dispose of it.

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    Thanks.

    Is this routing of the line okay (marked in yellow)?

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    Get rid of the Jerry rigged canister holder and use ties to provide a cleaner factory look. You don’t need to cut anything. Use pliers to remove the clamps at the canister. I reused all the clamps they are easy to figure out. Have patience and all the hoses are there to provide a professional look. My runs from the gas tank routed along other hose to the bottom of the belly pan like oem. Dam butchers do it the right way

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveSeveN- View Post
    Thanks.

    Is this routing of the line okay (marked in yellow)?

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    Yes, but you can terminate it behind the sprocket cover...no need to route down below any further as it is only a vent and not a drain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRFan1 View Post
    Yes, but you can terminate it behind the sprocket cover...no need to route down below any further as it is only a vent and not a drain!
    Okay, yeah I figured it wasn't as big of a deal where it ended up since it's just fumes, but just wanted to make sure. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveSeveN- View Post
    Okay, yeah I figured it wasn't as big of a deal where it ended up since it's just fumes, but just wanted to make sure. Thanks!
    Not a problem!

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    Quick question...a friend who has a 2017 Tuono said all he did when he took his canister off was to plug the line that goes to the throttle bodies and thats it. Is that an exceptable way to do this? Mine is a 2016 Factory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveSeveN- View Post
    Thanks.

    Is this routing of the line okay (marked in yellow)?

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    A nice trick I learned from Amauri is to use a vacuum line T junction to clean up the vent & drain line into one hose going to the bottom of the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by “The Morganator View Post
    Quick question...a friend who has a 2017 Tuono said all he did when he took his canister off was to plug the line that goes to the throttle bodies and thats it. Is that an exceptable way to do this? Mine is a 2016 Factory.

    Not really because one of the problem pieces is the piece of crap plastic check valve that is between the cannister and the vent barb on the tank that is sandwiched between the frame and the engine. Take that whole line out, cut the check valve out and use the remaining piece as the vent line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRFan1 View Post
    Not really because one of the problem pieces is the piece of crap plastic check valve that is between the cannister and the vent barb on the tank that is sandwiched between the frame and the engine. Take that whole line out, cut the check valve out and use the remaining piece as the vent line.
    I was hoping you wouldnt say that...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by “The Morganator View Post
    I was hoping you wouldnt say that...lol

    Its easy...remove the left black side cover by the tank, and you will see it. Un-hook it from the rear most barb on the tank (vent) and yank the damn thing out from the top.

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