Originally Posted by Pop
OK, granted I grew up in the sixties and seventies and granted there is a residual effect that I carry with me always.
Thing is, is it just me or is answering questions about defeating smog cans posted by a cat calling himself fed4life a tad on the ironic side?
I think he's a firefighter (from a previous post, if my memory serves me right). On top of that, the evap canisters have been known to fall off the bikes, so in the interest of keeping our highways clean, it's probably best to remove it and place it on a garage shelf than dump it on the highway when it decides to come off.
Originally Posted by fed4life
So i unbloted the canister, so what do you do with the hoses that are attached to it? Do i just cut them to proper length so there facing down towards the ground or?
I'd just leave them hanging, but you can plug them too if you wish. It won't make a difference other than give you added piece of mind that nothing will crawl up those hoses.