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Fuel line "T" Fitting Diagram (Sweet Photoshop explanation)

So I am done putting my 929 back together, but before I tighten down this tank I want to make sure I am not missing anything. My question is I have the T fitting on the right side of the bike which has three lines attached to it. One comes from the fuel tank (left side, small outlet). The other two attached to the T go nowhere, they both vent. Are they both supposed to vent? Below is a pic I drew up of my current routing. I cannot figure out where the other line is supposed to connect to. Assuming one is supposed to be open. If it matters my servo motor is removed along with the flapper in the airbox, not sure if that connects to a line (was taken out by previous owner).

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Re: Fuel line "T" Fitting Diagram (Sweet Photoshop explanation)

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So I am done putting my 929 back together, but before I tighten down this tank I want to make sure I am not missing anything. My question is I have the T fitting on the right side of the bike which has three lines attached to it. One comes from the fuel tank (left side, small outlet). The other two attached to the T go nowhere, they both vent. Are they both supposed to vent? Below is a pic I drew up of my current routing. I cannot figure out where the other line is supposed to connect to. Assuming one is supposed to be open. If it matters my servo motor is removed along with the flapper in the airbox, not sure if that connects to a line (was taken out by previous owner).

That is correct, both ends vent to atmosphere.

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