Ricks restomod tank

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  1. 75Maro

    75Maro Veteran Member

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    just ordered a restomod ya me from ricks for my 70. It comes with vent line attachments for fuel vapor venting. I don’t a charcoal canister setup anymore and I’m running an LS. Does anyone have any recommendations or has someone set up a charcoal can/vent system with an LS. Thanks for the help
     
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    I'm running a Tanks setup on mine, still using the vent lines canister in the trunk, have them all blocked off except the line going up to the engine compartment. That line is open and used as the vent.
    Seems to work fine, no gas smell in the garage and no excess pressure in the tank.
    Ran a similar setup on my Chevelle.
    Fleet
     
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    8B2206B8-9757-40D3-8EB6-1F15E566A636.jpeg I assume the restromod has a nipple? The stainless tank has an NPT port, but you can run a quality hose for either. Most of us are using II Much canisters. Easy install on a 70. There is a perfect flat spot for it.
     

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