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Old Nov 19th 2013, 01:38 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by gman74 View Post
I was just doing this mod and found that my fuel lines run differently and my 1199s doesn't have the square electrical box immediately above the charcoal canister. What is that unit? ABS maybe?
ABS, yup.

While troubleshooting a high idle issue I checked my lines tonight. Whichever dealer last pulled my tank disconnected both fuel vent lines and didn't bother to reconnect (hose clamps are gone, too). If that kind of explosive fire hazard wasn't enough, they also pinched the airbox/tank seal, meaning it wasn't sealing in a corner. Grrrr.
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Old Nov 19th 2013, 07:16 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by AntiHero View Post
ABS, yup.

While troubleshooting a high idle issue I checked my lines tonight. Whichever dealer last pulled my tank disconnected both fuel vent lines and didn't bother to reconnect (hose clamps are gone, too). If that kind of explosive fire hazard wasn't enough, they also pinched the airbox/tank seal, meaning it wasn't sealing in a corner. Grrrr.
Thanks Denis. Sorry to hear of your dealer problems. I always take off my plastics and notice little things that aren't right on my bike everytime I return from the dealer. I lost count how many screws and grommets that they don't properly install. I love it when people rave about the work they do for them on "this" forum. But hey, they must be worth the $80+ an hour though...
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Old Feb 1st 2014, 03:04 PM   #33
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why do we need to extend the vent line
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Old Feb 1st 2014, 03:14 PM   #34
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because sometimes if the tank is overfilled it drains out the vent line, it's better to have the tube long so it doesn't drip on the pipes.


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why do we need to extend the vent line
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Old Feb 1st 2014, 07:00 PM   #35
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because sometimes if the tank is overfilled it drains out the vent line, it's better to have the tube long so it doesn't drip on the pipes.
alright thx
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Old Mar 22nd 2014, 04:38 AM   #36
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Did the removal of the Charcoal Canister yesterday. It had fuel in it already with just 700 miles on the clock so far.

Thanks for the writeup!
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Old Mar 23rd 2014, 05:45 PM   #37
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Would removing this be a reason for Ducati to deny a warranty claim though? Just a thought.Im going to remove mine carefully so I can reverse the process if necessary.
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Old Mar 23rd 2014, 05:55 PM   #38
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Would removing this be a reason for Ducati to deny a warranty claim though? Just a thought.Im going to remove mine carefully so I can reverse the process if necessary.
No. Some dealers actually do this for customers. One of my local dealer mentioned it to me and I said don't worry about it. It doesn't fix anything by removing it anyway so no need.

I've had my bike not want to start up while I've been low on gas but the bike was over 200 degrees. I never overfill anyway. Since I experience some of the hard start symptoms regardless, I'm not convinced this is a fix of any sort. My bike hasn't stalled since my first service (2200 miles on the clock now) but had stalled quite a few times prior to that.
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i did this mod but didnt extend that vent hose. should i extend it by using the bottom hose?
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Old Mar 24th 2014, 10:05 AM   #40
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i did this mod but didnt extend that vent hose. should i extend it by using the bottom hose?

You need to do something, or gas could dump down on the hot exhaust.


I installed a 1/4" T unto the other line coming from the tank and the install is very clean that way with less hoses.
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