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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 12-24-2012, 08:06 PM
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No charcoal filter that I can tell on mine. Señor Gar , what is the charcoal filter for ? California emissions; traps fuel vapor from tank and returns it when engine is running. Also on all US ABS Furys (at least in 2010) which were CA emissions.
Does yours have 1 ? Yes, purchased in WA.
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I will find a spot for sure , Honda engineered the Fury tight but very well.
Did a search but couldn't find the post where one of our down under mates (ABS & no charcoal canister) installed a Stebel Nautilus in the coolant overflow tank location and made up a new tank about the size of the charcoal canister and in that location. Very clever.

OK, got that one half wrong . It was a compressor for air suspension on teeroyreid's Fury that displaced the coolant overflow tank. Here is a link to his post. Still, there may be possibilities like WOLO air trumpets (click & scroll down) under the front of the gas tank using the supplied compressor in the charcoal canister opening or the WOLO air horn might even fit in the overflow tank location .

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No charcoal filter that I can tell on mine,
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Señor Gar ,
What is the charcoal filter for ?
Does yours have 1 ?

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Thanks Dave,
Those pics will look old in a few days as the rest of my parts just came back from chrome on Christmas Eve so I'm going to be busy putting everything back together. I think I am the first one with an ABS Fury with chrome brake calipers and polished rotors.
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I got a Big Bike chrome one and mounted it here

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Señor Gar,
Thank you for your help

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Waiting for the new pics

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Does anyone know the decibels on our stock horn? It's actually pretty loud already compared to other bikes I've heard.
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Does anyone know the decibels on our stock horn? It's actually pretty loud already compared to other bikes I've heard.
The dB scale being non linear is for me very misleading . But yes, our horns are relatively loud albeit flat compared to any of my 14 bikes (in stock form) over the past 50 years. For the last 40 years I have added duo-tone (2 horns, high & low, American style) automotive horns to all my rides. Not so much louder than the sock Fury horn but definately more respectable and penetrating. With the excellent low tone horn on the Fury all that I needed was to add a high tone horn for reciprocal respect from cagers.

The air horns posted previously (WOLO & Stebel) are claimed to be TWICE AS LOUD . Although somewhat subjective I would say it is a very legitimate claim as witnessed on a few friends' bikes. Word of warning, do not test in a enclosed space like your garage .
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I relocated my stock horn in front of the rear tire. Its plenty loud, no need for a special horn.

The thunderous exhaust wakes up surrounding old codgers half asleep at the wheel.
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