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Hi,

I have a 1994 zx600e and unsure of how the pcv is supposed to be routed, bought the bike used and it's just plugged. Also the tank has a single barb on the back side just is just capped off, should that go to a one-way valve to vent the tank?

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Michael
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It's been while since I messed with the emissions stuff, so I can't recall details, but from memory there should be a valve where the plugged "T" hose is. The plugged part has a hose that runs to a hole in the airbox, I think. See if there's like a 3/4" hole on the airbox that's plugged now.

You'll probably be able to find more info by looking for "kleen air mod", "evap delete", "pair valve delete", etc. I'm sure there's a youtube video with somebody removing it that you could just do in reverse.

I don't remember if I plugged a barb in the gas tank, but I'm pretty sure I had put a vaccum cap on the carbs.

That said, I like the idea of cleaning up the top-end by removing this stuff, so I would just leave it as is, or get block off plates for a nicer look.
 

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Thanks for the reply, now I can remember the airbox definitely had a bolt shoved in it but It didnt click in my head until you mentioned that, Ill order or make the block off plates. Waiting on a carb rebuild kit as the damn things keep flooding, rebuild them once with a cheap kit and no luck.
 

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Yo,

No need to do anything with block off plates, what you have in the picture is spot on.

Well, unless you want to remove that link between the 1 reed covers but it wont change anything to do with how the engine runs, just like mattv says it will make it look cleaner.


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Hey,

Thanks for the reply, diagram looks great!
Been having issues with the carbs flooding so Im waiting on another rebuild kit. Ordered an All-Balls kit instead of a cheap chineseium kit. Once I have the bike running I have new tires waiting to get thrown on, another oil change, sprockets/chain, and front fork rebuild. Once thats all done I'll hopefully remember to reference this as I'd like to clean up the mess of PCV they installed on this bike.

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Michael
 
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