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post #1 of 4 Old 04-07-2008, 4:48 PM Thread Starter
 
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Vacuum lines from Carbs to fuel tank...

Ok, so almost done with my upgrade (F2 to F3) and I ran into a snag... There is a vacuum line that comes from the fuel tank and goes to the carb. I just dont know where to... I see two possible connections from the carb but only one line into the tank. The carb connections are on each side, do I have to run those two lines to a "T" and then to the tank or are these not the vacuum spots? If anyone who knows this system could offer me any help or pics even it would be a BIG help. This is the only thing holding me back from riding. Pics of the fuel and vacuum system would help out a lot if anyone has taken pics while doing a rebuild, or who is willing to take pics and point connections out, it would be greatly appreciated. I cant seem to find a manual anywhere...
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Re: Vacuum lines from Carbs to fuel tank...

Hey there,

I have attached the carb assembly from my F3 manual...

If this doesn't help, i can pm you a section of my manual.

cheers,

joe
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Re: Vacuum lines from Carbs to fuel tank...

where does number 34 connect?
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Re: Vacuum lines from Carbs to fuel tank...

aside from one end on the T-bar, i have no idea where the other end hooks onto.
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