fantastic writeup! glad you got it all figured out!
Thanks man!! Thanks for all your help!fantastic writeup! glad you got it all figured out!
Thanks for the reminder about the codes!Great write up!
Just an FYI, removing the Charcoal Canister causes a check engine light. You must modify in ECU or do some type of jumper mod on the plug to prevent this.
I'm not exactly sure either. All I know is after I removed my Charcoal canister off of my triumph, I started having "vacuum" issues with my bike and started leaking more fuel and my fuel mileage was noticeably less. One time at the track, I had a pretty decent pool of gas in my track fairing.Thanks man!! Thanks for all your help!
Thanks for the reminder about the codes!
I was told the gas tank cap on the CA models is different too. The non-CA model gas tank caps vent air, but the manual shows the same 2 hoses on the bottom of the gas tank for the non-CA model, so I'm not sure about that.
I'm wondering if I use a gas tank cap like the Vortex ones that vent, if I could just plug the the tank where the blue breather hose goes and get rid of the hose and not have to get that catch tank.
So is there an actual vent in the cap or is it just another breather hose system?my non-CA model '13 zx6r vents through the gas cap. i can hear it whining on particularly hot days.
Thanks! Bookmarking this post and I'll check it out if I decide to do the delete.i've never dissambled it. i just hear it whining from time to time. page 164 (3-76 Fuel System (DFI) ) details the fuel tank and cap inspection and mentions air vent holes in the tank cap. Page 165 mentions the Evap control system on CA models and how the vapors from the fuel system (including gas tank) are routed back through the system.
EDIT: Yeah, they are the same gas cap.does your cap have the vents labeled "D" from this screengrab?
looks like non-CA models vent tank fumes directly into the air via the cap.
come do a trackday in texas bud we can compare bikes.I'd really like to have a CA and non-CA model next to each other to see the differences.
Haha!! Oh man! Now that would be fun.come do a trackday in texas bud we can compare bikes.
I connected the wires on the EVAP valve harness together and didn't get any codes.Thanks a lot for this write up! I have been looking everywhere for this. Do you think it would be a viable option to just replace the cap with, for example, a vented Vortex or driven cap? Also, how are you getting around the error codes? :idea