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Drumboy 01-13-2013 11:20 AM

KLR650 Carb Hose Routing
 
I'm working on getting a 99 KLR650 running again and when I got it it was all taken apart. I've cleaned the carb and now I'm trying to figure out where all of the hoses go. I know that 2 is where the choke (enricher) screws in and 4 is the main fuel line from the bottom of the petcock. Where do 1 & 3 go?

http://erikhale.com/Sites/NoBuzzword...50/KLRCarb.jpg

Also, where does the line on the back of the petcock go?

Thanks

GAS GUY 01-13-2013 12:03 PM

1 is your vacuum port.It goes to your petcock.
3 is your vent line.It goes down to the bottom of the bike and remains open to atmosphere.

Beezer 01-13-2013 12:37 PM

"3 is your vent line.It goes down to the bottom of the bike and remains open to atmosphere.".... along with your "T" mod. either that or leave it off.

XDragRacer 01-13-2013 04:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beezer (Post 20473620)
"3 is your vent line.It goes down to the bottom of the bike and remains open to atmosphere.".... along with your "T" mod. either that or leave it off.

Good point; the Generation 1 KLR650 engine, without a tee mod, is more reliable without any carb breather hose at all . . . at least, during water crossings 10" or deeper! (Do not ask how this fact is known. :rofl)

XDragRacer 01-13-2013 04:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Drumboy (Post 20473094)
I know that 4 is where the choke (enricher) screws in . . .

Rather, "2," I think.

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Drumboy 01-14-2013 03:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by XDragRacer (Post 20475300)
Rather, "2," I think.

Oops, I meant 2.


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