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Old May 13th 2015, 10:28 AM   #61
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i was going to do this at the same time as i fitted my exhausts but there doesn't seem to be one fitted.
maybe my dealer removed it during a service?
its a uk bike, do they have them?
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Old May 13th 2015, 10:30 AM   #62
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Originally Posted by szczypek View Post
i was going to do this at the same time as i fitted my exhausts but there doesn't seem to be one fitted.
maybe my dealer removed it during a service?
its a uk bike, do they have them?
No - the canister is only installed on bikes allocated to North America, including Canada. The purpose is to make it compliant with the California regulations.
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Old May 17th 2015, 12:35 PM   #63
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Originally Posted by BAIBAICOP View Post
Here's a pic of the finished job to replace the one that's aged-out on the OP. I tend to over-do it on zipties, but there's no tubing touching metal anywhere, and only the original drains are in use. The Y connector is up near the lower radiator hose clamp. The vacuum line is plugged with a M4 bolt I torqued in with a socket wrench. Ain't goin' nowhere. No hose pinching going on either.



Consistently fires up like a champ now! Especially when over 180F which was a growing problem with the charcoal canister on. Quite a bit of gas in the charcoal canister I might add, despite being super-careful to never overfill.
I need to get this done, but 4 mm "y" connectors (preferably metal) are hard to find

I found tees here
https://www.belmetric.com/vc45tm-met...0&cPath=13_133
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Old May 18th 2015, 06:20 PM   #64
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I need to get this done, but 4 mm "y" connectors (preferably metal) are hard to find
i believe you need a 6 mm connector, not a 4 mm one. 4 would be too small.
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Old May 18th 2015, 08:57 PM   #65
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Any ideas on where to order? Metric stuff is harder to find - didn't see anything on McMasterCarr
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Old May 18th 2015, 09:03 PM   #66
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Went to Napa and found what is needed. 1/4 inch "Y" connector.
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Old May 19th 2015, 09:03 AM   #67
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Went to Napa and found what is needed. 1/4 inch "Y" connector.
I couldn't find anything 6 mm, let alone something that's rated for gasoline.

is the Napa part metal, acetate? 1/4" is the closest thing to 6 mm. 3/16" is a bit small. better to go slightly bigger to ensure a tighter fit.

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I'd prefer to use 6 mm metal wye and silicone vac hose that withstand higher temps
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I'd prefer to use 6 mm metal wye and silicone vac hose that withstand higher temps
do u know a place that sells this?
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I just ordered a 1/4" (6.35 mm) brass tee off McMaster and some oil resistant Buna N 1/4" tubing (part #s 44555K138 and 5235K58) - close enough

I don't think silicone is compatible with gas, but it does have a high temp rating
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