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Couple of smog removal Q's (I searched)

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http://www.4strokes.com/tech/honda/xrlsmog/

This is the great link for a 95', what has changed since then? Mine's an 06.

Where does that small grey hose that connected to the smog thingy go?

And will a gasket sealant good for 350F be good enough for the oval covers on teh cylinder head?

Thanks!

no difference. unless u have a cali model. it has another cannister.

not sure which hose you are talking about, pic?

i didnt use any sealant, and it has never leaked. temps there can get up to 450.

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no difference. unless u have a cali model. it has another cannister.

not sure which hose you are talking about, pic?

i didnt use any sealant, and it has never leaked. temps there can get up to 450.

The grey hose is in Pic #15, (on the link) it runs almost vertical off the smog thing and is just touching the fins 1/2 way up the cylinder

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if i remember right, that hose connects to the front of the carb above the throttle bore? i removed that hose and capped the vacuum nipple.

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mine was removed but there were a few going to carb that are closed now pic 15 i dont see a hose going to cylinder just back to carb/airbox area.

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mine was removed but there were a few going to carb that are closed now pic 15 i dont see a hose going to cylinder just back to carb/airbox area.

its a smaller diameter hose that just touches the back of the fins and goes up.

put yer specs on!lol/

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