the Ca. model comes with a warning letter that your harming the environment by breathing, driving, living, etc. and that you should stop using all fossil fuels and only ride your bicycle
You are absolutely RIGHT! The California letter does NOT mention riding your bike AT ALL, because then you'd use MORE Oxygen and put more carbon dioxide back... CAN'T have that!Not completely sure but I think this is false...
The CA model is bought to sit in the garage and use as a place to set your sushi & hookah on when having a party.
lol. Well it was bought new here in az, out of inventory, so it wasn't traded, besides there are lots of local dealers to trade around with if necessary.
i ran out to the garage and pulled that cover. cylinder and with lines...looks like you can pull all the shi t out and connect the lines back together etc...or what??
is it worth it and what are the best threads for getting rid of it? Is the ECU programmed and if moved or screwed with will there be more trouble than it's worth down the road? Bottom line, does removing it truly make any difference on the bike?
It can be removed, there's a thread somewhere around here that tells you how to do it.
Having it there doesn't affect performance at all, and removing it wont make any difference. It's a fuel vapor recovery canister.
Givi bars fit with zero modification.