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My set up is different to this , I don’t have two connections on the rear intake boot and the tank has no vacuum connector on it ,just two stubby connectors that connect to the fuel tap on the side of frame

It’s okay, the pre-05 had manual side mounted taps than a vacuum one. So as usual the tank feeds the frame tap. Then tap => filter => to rear pump. The manifolds on the engine will only feed the rear pump. Both joined in a T-piece then single line towards the rear pump.

I know this is old but man this is super confusing. my bike does not have 2 connectors. can someone please explain what the frame tap is?

Frame Tap = Tap that is mounted on the left side of the frame and it has ON/OFF/RESERVE markings on it. GTR bikes use vacuum taps since they entered the market. Later GT nakeds switched to vacuum taps on their new shape bikes

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