Here it is:
Now let's wait for Greywolf and see if it can be removed and what has to be done with remaining hoses
Not sure about how the EVAP system is setup on the 1000's, but removing the EVAP system on any bike is very easy to do, and they are all basically the same setup. You do need to run the vent hose from the gas tank to the bottom of the bike along with the over flow hose from the gas tank, and on the PAIR / EVAP system removal kit I make and sell for Suzuki 1250 S/SA/FA models, I supply a 3-way tee fitting for connecting the two hoses together so that they can both run down to underneath the bike with the original overflow hose.
You also have to cap off the ports on the throttle bodies where the hoses attach to from the EVAP that allows the fuel fumes from the charcoal canister to be drawn back into the engine to be burned. On the 1250's the solenoid valve that opens to allow the fumes to go back into the throttle bodies is controlled by the ECM.
This winter I'm going to remove the gas tank and start work on removing the PAIR system from my 2018 by making up block off plates for the reed valves and making up a resistor that will replace the load from the solenoid valve that opens up to let the fresh air from the air box into the exhaust ports. On the 1250's if you don't connect a resistor to the bikes electrical system to fake it into thinking that the valve is still connected, you will get an FI warning light. I'm hoping that the resistor I make up for the kit I sell for the 1250's will also work on my 2018, as well as the reed valve block off plates, and if not I'll have map out the shape of the reed valve covers and machine up some new ones.
Here's a picture of the PAIR / EVAP system I designed, make and sell for the 1250's.
2018 black DL1000XA with Arrow header, Holeshot slip-on, mag rims w/silver rim tape, Custom Lamm seat, Aprilia Tuono mirrors, V-Stream sport screen, Givi hugger, Cox radiator guard, Kaoko throttle lock, V-Steam sport shield, led turn signals and lots of custom parts and mods.
2007 Suzuki Candy Sonoma Red naked Bandit 1250S/AK7.