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Old 10-07-2013, 04:53 PM   #151
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If you mean the roll over safety valve then yes they do.
GP:

sorry to be fuzzy ...
In addition to the tip-over valve I think I understood that the EU bikes also have P/N: 16 11 7 721 943 "VENTILATION VALVE"

the pressure/vacuum check valve but I could be wrong...........
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Old 10-08-2013, 09:57 AM   #152
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GP:

sorry to be fuzzy ...
In addition to the tip-over valve I think I understood that the EU bikes also have P/N: 16 11 7 721 943 "VENTILATION VALVE"

the pressure/vacuum check valve but I could be wrong...........

According to realoem.com it looks like they do have it. What they don't have is the charcoal canister and the entire Ventilation Emissions Monitoring System parts 16 13--- and the FUEL TANK BREATHER VALVE no. 13901465030 (04 in the diagram below).

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Old 10-08-2013, 11:07 AM   #153
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Thanks GP
I didn't realize they had the Euro parts fiche as well...
and yeah... looks like the ventilation valve is a common part on both bikes:

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Old 10-30-2013, 10:54 AM   #154
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My 2013 model looks very similar.... but I can't figure out HOW to remove it.
Unplugged everything, can't fit it through the frame rails, it appears TRAPPED, as if they welded up the frame around the charcoal.
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Old 03-11-2014, 05:26 PM   #155
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I found the same problem!

I have the same issue, not enough room to remove the canister and I found nothing with the 2013 F800GS, specifically. Unless someone comes up with a way to remove the canister, without pulling the rear shock, I am simply going to alter it and leave it in place. This will save some time if I ever need to return the bike ti OEM status.

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My 2013 model looks very similar.... but I can't figure out HOW to remove it.
Unplugged everything, can't fit it through the frame rails, it appears TRAPPED, as if they welded up the frame around the charcoal.
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Old 03-01-2015, 02:36 PM   #156
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You guys are funny. I just did this in like 30 minutes. Did it just like the R1150GS. Tank vents to ground old school style, took off the solenoid to the TB's, stuck a bolt in the hose to plug it and secured with safety wire, left the plug disconnected to the solenoid no problems. Can was a pain to get out took some hassle had to remove the front sprocket guard but whatever. Need the space for the new shock I'm getting it has high and low speed compression. Anyways runs like a champ just like my other GS. If they start smogging bikes in CA I'll probably move to OR or WA. Place is already stupid enough with gun laws, divorce laws, taxes..... you name it. Don't get me started on the hassle I went through to smog my 49 state truck I bought here from a dealer used and have never had out of state. Stupidity. Anyways easy deal guys just freaking do it.
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Old 03-02-2015, 04:12 PM   #157
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Horsepower, the 2013 bikes and newer might be different with the larger fuel tank.

Pre-2013, is easy, and yes mine happened to fall off during some routine maintenance.
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Old 03-03-2015, 12:05 AM   #158
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You Sir, are the very first person to name me by my translated user name! Somebody finally got it

Yes mine is a 2009 I assume some stuff has changed. I was mostly concerned the system would miss the solenoid (throw an error) but it hasn't. It was so similar of a setup to my 2002 R1150GS I was pretty surprised. Chances are it hasn't changed to this day outside of routing and placement. Anybody that understands the basic principle of what is mechanically required should have no problem. For the rest of the folks.... this thread delivers! Just encouraging people to get in there and get the job done it's so easy. As for the "smog cops" coming to get you I think there's just as much a chance of getting busted for taking the tag off your mattress.....
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Old 03-03-2015, 07:33 PM   #159
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You Sir, are the very first person to name me by my translated user name! Somebody finally got it

Yes mine is a 2009 I assume some stuff has changed.
746 is the common conversion from watts, then... well just call me a geek engineer.

From the complaints, above it almost sounds like the fuel tank intrudes on the space by the canister and makes it difficult to remove on 2013 and newer bikes. But maybe I'm reading wrong.
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