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    • #13919
      xoff
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    • #13920
      xoff
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      Just a couple of questions # 1 seems to be a bullshit tee that goes ? #2 It was that way when I bought it? #3 An accelerator pump link?

      2008 hyosung gt250r basket case.

      A good start is that tee between the carbs (new ones fall apart) .

      I may be stupid and persistent but I shine at the full moon.

    • #13927
      ♠️ MARCEL
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      @mf448kxn6
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      Yes 1 & 2 join together = then it becomes overflow to the road surface.  If the bike falls on its side,  or accident , the carb should dump its fuel right out of those pipes 1 & 2

      #3 = Yes join both bowls there ,  the accelerator pump actually sends fuel to both bowls , to squirt fuel towards the cylinders.

      // Meditation doesn't mean you have to sit still....

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      xoff
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      Thanks for the reply. I assume I can eliminate the tee between the carbs then with a straight line and run #2 as the drain?

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      @mf448kxn6
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      Yes it is needed to stay there because both cylinders actually move fuel back and forth ,  and sometimes it is to help escape some air pressure on to the road if it builds up in the float bowls.

      // Meditation doesn't mean you have to sit still....

      • #13976
        xoff
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        Thanks again.

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