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Old April 19th, 2011, 10:23 AM   #1
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California Emissions Removal

I think I've read all the posts regarding the removal of the Kleen Air system but what about the Cali emissions junk? I shot a PM to VeX since he provides a lot of DIY... I'm just trying to piece all of the info together. Since my bike is completely disassembled right now, I would like to remove all the unneccessary junk before putting it back together...

Left side of tank = three hoses. The right side tube... cap it, the middle tube run a PVC to an inline filter... What about all the hoses, box, cylindrical thingy etc... I'm good with following directions but can't seem to piece everything together to feel confident to properly terminate all the hoses... Any help would be appreciated!
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Old April 19th, 2011, 12:27 PM   #2
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I had no idea that I purchased a bike in AZ that had cali emm so I just deleted mine along with the kleen air and rejetting for my new area p exhaust. I searched and found this on another forum though it looks like a pregen bike. I capped the middle and left the tube closest to the rear open. Initially I had both capped but found out about 2 miles from home that wouldn't got starved for fuel. Then I came across what I think is the answer. You mentioned that you capped the rear tube and put a filter on the middle? maybe I'm wrong but so far I ridden it about 200 miles since deleting the bs. Let me know about the tube situation and capping them properly. Good Luck

Edit: just saw info on here about emissions
Kleen Air removed, Cali emissions removed, drilled slides, 15/43 JT's, 150/60 Rear

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