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I was wondering how necessary the fuel lines that run behind the pass. side rear panel in the back are. i would like to remove them for more storage. i have swapped in a v8, if that matters. thanks, Chris
 

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They're part of the evap system. I'd move them rather than delete them. The charcoal canister is usually seen as a bad thing until it's removed and then you start smelling raw fuel on hot days, or you need to pass emissions. Keeping it and making it work with your swap is a good thing.
 

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They're part of the evap system. I'd move them rather than delete them. The charcoal canister is usually seen as a bad thing until it's removed and then you start smelling raw fuel on hot days, or you need to pass emissions. Keeping it and making it work with your swap is a good thing.
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I was messing with the 60 during Spring Break, and I was like, look at this huge thing, why do I need it anymore?

Bad idea.

Put it back on the next day haha
 

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