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even know im just a 6 and asking a question here but both of us have the vapor canister, and i feel my question will be answered here alot faster lol

anyways i dropped my tank last night and i broke one of the valves, its not the purge valve the other one, i got a part # but i cant find it for nothing!

anyways both lead up to the vapor canister, and can i just delete the canister? or is there an actual reason i should keep it?

its this thing


 

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It just catches fuel vapors largely so they don't pollute the air. You don't NEED it but it may smell of gas


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It just catches fuel vapors largely so they don't pollute the air. You don't NEED it but it may smell of gas


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Thanks man! i was having a time finding the part i broke and still cant find it so i may just toss it, ill hold onto it just in case and plug the one line it connects to.
 

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Dont forget your friend. JB weld
 

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No emissions here :) thanks goodness! And jb weld and I are buddies lol

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More fuel smell and possible fill up issues as air can't escape as easily.

O and cel and if you have inspections you will fail.

I would take it off because race car
 
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