I've been reading some (american) guides as i want to try and simplify the bay a little, but i've reached a point where common sense stops agreeing with he americans.
At the moment i've got the line from the carbon can coming out of the wing, which travels to the N80, then into a Y piece and off thru some check valves to the TIP and Inlet manifold.
The plan is to remove the N80, and the lines to the inlet, which will nicely declutter things.
What did you do with the tank vent line?
Some of the american guides suggest that i remove the carbon canister itself and cap off the vent line to the tank, but this seems completely stupid to me. The tank vent line is there to allow the tank to breathe. It allows air back into the tank as the fuel level drops, and it lets vapour out of the tank when it heats up and expands.
My current thoughts therefore are to either leave the carbon can inplace, and route the outlet that previously went to the N80 down underneath the car, or to remove the carbon can, and directly route the tank vent line somewhere it can breathe but cant get full of debris.
Just trying to see what others did.