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As the title, have been told to remove them from my E6 RS, what benefits do I get for doing this? Any specialist tools or parts needed?

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Carbon cannister - No benefits apart from having more space in your engine bay :smthumbup
It's not really needed so most remove it. The inlet manifold pipe just needs blocking up, the other is a fuel tank vent which can just be left to VTA ;)
 

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it doesnt have egr if your talking about the pipes that go to the exh manifold thats SAS or secondary air system there are no benefits to taking them off
 

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No benefits apart from having more space in your engine bay :smthumbup
It's not really needed so most remove it. The inlet manifold pipe just needs blocking up, the other is a fuel tank vent which can just be left to VTA ;)
:crackup: too quick for me :D
 

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Cheers guys, yeh goes into the top of the exhaust manifold. Just a blanking plug there then.

Might shift them, looks tidyer then, are they any use to anyone? Or scrap value?
 

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Cheers guys, yeh goes into the top of the exhaust manifold. Just a blanking plug there then.

Might shift them, looks tidyer then, are they any use to anyone? Or scrap value?
The SAS system is good if you want pops and bangs, if not remove it and tidy the bay up. People are always on the lookout for the SAS system as i said above helps to give pops and bangs;)
 

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oooo that may stay then, :lol: just get rid of the charcoal can. Car is to be used not for show but will be a tidy motor once I get my right head on :smthumbup
 
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