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Old 05-09-2006, 08:48 PM   #2
Orangetwin411
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I believe most here would agree with you, plugging the hose basically accomplishes the same task. Only downside,as you stated, is that you still have the clutter. My evap can is a gonner but the SAS is still intact until I have the first service done, after that I plan on removing the SAS one way or another and then work on the jetting.
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