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Vacuum Hose location

Hi all,

I have a Hornet CB600F from 2002, but I think the engine is from 1999.

Could somebody with a similar engine please post a picture which shows exactly where the vacuum hose coming from the fuel tap (for opening the membrane in the tap) is connected on the engine? I'd like to verify what I did


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Hi all,

I have a Hornet CB600F from 2002, but I think the engine is from 1999.

Could somebody with a similar engine please post a picture which shows exactly where the vacuum hose coming from the fuel tap (for opening the membrane in the tap) is connected on the engine? I'd like to verify what I did


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I'll be honest, our 600 team is pretty thin right now, post a pic of what YOU did and maybe we can confirm that your placement is correct

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Re: Vacuum Hose location

Hi Ian, thank you for your reply.

From the left side of the bike, between carb 1 & 2:

(pics should be viewed in portrait, not landscape ;-) )


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Re: Vacuum Hose location

That's where I have it for my 900, which is very similar. I see near 3-4 there is another brass nipple. Does that one have a hose or at least a block off on it? If not, you should cap it because it's an intake leak if not. I think where you put your fuel tap hose is right on.

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