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I bought my 04 88C bike from a guy in CA and it still has the air conister on it. Also has the SE II set up with rejet, pipes, and SE II (blue) AF. Anyways, I want to remove it and plug the carb because I live in GA and I want it gone. Anyone help me out on the best way to go about it? Thanks
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I bought my 04 88C bike from a guy in CA and it still has the air conister on it. Also has the SE II set up with rejet, pipes, and SE II (blue) AF. Anyways, I want to remove it and plug the carb because I live in GA and I want it gone. Anyone help me out on the best way to go about it? Thanks
You mean the charcoal canister?
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Cut the hoses going to the canister and then unbolt and remove the canister.The big hose goes to your a/c from the canister and you dont need it.I put on the SE air cleaner and it doesnt have a place for the hose anyway.I just cut it at the the canister and then pulled it the rest of the way out.The other two small hoses I just cut and left them since they cant be seen anyway.Mine is a 97 1200C cal model so it may be a little different.
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What's all this talk about cutting?! How about just removing the hose clamps?
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Well remove them if you want,it was easier for me to cut them since I didnt need them anymore
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