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Ill try to make this a short story..
Bought severely wrecked 2005 Z1000 as a project bike..
Then bought used replacement tank off a 2005 Z1000 from ebay.
Recieved tank and realized it does not have the nipples sticking out the back of the tank under the seat.. (must be a 49 state tank)
YET: I did have those on my wrecked tank.. I also still have hoses, and a CA smog box, and other stuff still on the bike...
Can I plug all that stuff off or tee together the hoses or?

Ideas anyone?

Thanks!
 

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Oh and forgot to mention....
I did do a few searches on the site but came up empty on every one of them..
 

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That tank does not have a evap system.
As long as you vent the new tank and plug the hose that no longer has a fitting to go to you will not have a problem. It is a must that the tank has a vent. I do not know how a 49 state bike vents the fuel tank. It might vent threw the fuel cap. If so be sure to use the 49 state filler cap. One hose coming off the tank is the over fill drip line.
 

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That tank does not have a evap system.
As long as you vent the new tank and plug the hose that no longer has a fitting to go to you will not have a problem. It is a must that the tank has a vent. I do not know how a 49 state bike vents the fuel tank. It might vent threw the fuel cap. If so be sure to use the 49 state filler cap. One hose coming off the tank is the over fill drip line.
Nice place to start. thanks!
 

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if you haven't done so already....take all the CA smog crap off. It should run better and more crisp. It's better you don't have a CA tank ;)
 
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