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charcoal canister

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by kricket3000, Nov 10, 2008.

  1. kricket3000

    kricket3000 New Member

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    b18a1 into hf, do i have to hook up the charcoal canister up or can i get rid of it? i've seen pic of b18 swaps in ef's and some don't have them, what are the pro's and con's of keeping it or getting rid of it? thanks
     
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    anyone?
     
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    I know I kept mine to be able to pass emissions here, most who don't have it either dont have emissions in their county or faill emissions I assume. it will neither hurt or help anything performance oriented until you get into big turbo(psi)/mods...
     
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    thanks for reply, i knew had something to do with emissions, but didn't know if it mattered if i kept it or not. thanks again [gone]
     
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    i have heard you can remove it just running a vacum line to the intake
     
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    you can remove it if you new motor has a egr valve.
     
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