I've been prepping my '70 Z28 for a SB stroker engine and I'm almost done detailing the engine bay. I still have the original NA9 charcoal cannister but the new valve covers will have their own breathers and I'll be deleting the PCV valve and hoses as a result. That would leave the line on the driver's side that runs back to the gas tank as the only active line to the cannister. What I'd like to do, since the car probably won't win any originality awards anytime soon, is just remove the cannister altogether and store it with some other factory stuff that has come off the car over the years. So, my question is- can I just cap the hard line that mates to the hose that connects to the cannister? I don't know if that line serves a purpose other than to capture vapors for the emissions system. If it serves as some sort of pressure vent for the tank, I don't want to create issues in that regard. Anybody with experience or expertise? Thanks.