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If you don't like the smell of fuel in your garage, connect the vent to an evap canister from the junkyard. You can hide it under the car somewhere it can't be seen. Run a vacuum line to the original connection on the intake for the "purge control". Not sure if the single cam has an ECU control for this or a mechanical one. Will not hurt performance in any way.

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