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    I need a picture to finish aq install

    Hi Happy Monkey Owners!

    Today I start installing the Composimo Tank Risers, and I need to say, I'm not sure if the effort is well compensate.

    Is not only make 4 holes in the old bases, but the seat mod is huge and the complete lack of any instructions is a minus minus. Now after the tank is in place I find that the fuel drain hose (the one at the right side) is to short. So I pull it a little and it comes complete, now I don't know where goes the other side of the hose.

    Can someone take a picture of his Monkey at the left side, under the tool box, where is a canister? I think it goes here, but not sure.

    The area I need a picture is this one:

    I need a picture to finish aq install-monkey-left.jpg

    I really appreciate, this help. Thanks in advance, regards

    Dariusz W.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dariusz View Post
    Hi Happy Monkey Owners!

    Today I start installing the Composimo Tank Risers, and I need to say, I'm not sure if the effort is well compensate.

    Is not only make 4 holes in the old bases, but the seat mod is huge and the complete lack of any instructions is a minus minus. Now after the tank is in place I find that the fuel drain hose (the one at the right side) is to short. So I pull it a little and it comes complete, now I don't know where goes the other side of the hose.

    Can someone take a picture of his Monkey at the left side, under the tool box, where is a canister? I think it goes here, but not sure.

    The area I need a picture is this one:

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    I really appreciate, this help. Thanks in advance, regards

    Dariusz W.

    while I was looking for the reference of your relay, I took the opportunity to make some pictures for you. I hope you'll be fine
















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    WOW, the EU version don't have the canister at all!

    I assume that is less hard pollution regulations maybe that in US?

    Anyone in the US that can take a picture for the under tools area please?

    Thanks in advance

    Dariusz W.
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    Here's a view of mine:

    I need a picture to finish aq install-img_1287.jpg

    Unsure if that's exactly what you need, but perhaps a start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dariusz View Post
    WOW, the EU version don't have the canister at all!

    I assume that is less hard pollution regulations maybe that in US?

    Anyone in the US that can take a picture for the under tools area please?

    Thanks in advance

    Dariusz W.
    Usually the EU has stricter emissions than the US.

    I thought the Monkey was a world model where it was the same in all markets. Why wouldn't the EU market have the charcoal canister?

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    Quote Originally Posted by threar View Post
    Here's a view of mine:

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    Unsure if that's exactly what you need, but perhaps a start.
    Hi @threar yes this help, but now I don't know where goes the pipe from th right side of the gas tank I think goes to the canister, but from your picture don't so, if possible, can you check where goes the fuel drain hose (the one at the right side of the tank)? I appreciate that to much

    Thanks in advance, regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50-50 View Post
    Usually the EU has stricter emissions than the US.

    I thought the Monkey was a world model where it was the same in all markets. Why wouldn't the EU market have the charcoal canister?
    Exactly, this make me think about WTH ha ha ha

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    Only if someone needs the info. The pipe from the right side (and market in the shop manual as drain hose) goes to the air filter case at the left side, not to the canister as I think at the beginning.

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