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post #21 of 35 (permalink) Old 11-30-2012, 05:33 AM
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Re: GSXR 98 Srad fuel and vaccum pipe instalation

Remove the tee piece from the vacuum line and connect to petcock.

Go to halfords they do a small inline filter and cut it into the fuel line.

Looks like you will be done then
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Re: GSXR 98 Srad fuel and vaccum pipe instalation

Listen to to me...... My answers are the truth.
Picture 1: that plastic barb doesn't belong there, that line should go straight to petcock and supply vacuum to open it when motor is running. It is why I didn't answer your original post, when dj said it was part of the solenoids..... It doesn't belong on your bike. (he has been doing a great job helping yo)
Picture 2: yes he wants you to put a filter there, I disagree, as I think that people should pull the fuel pump, clean the stock filter, maintain the tank, rather than put a band-aid on it, but that's ok.
Picture 3:yes,connects to the rh rear of the airbox, and supplies air to the solenoids.

[QUOTE=senator8]Haha! You're more than 1%. My bike ran perfectly all year. All I did was oil changes and thumbed the starter. While my competitors had bikes and carbs in pieces at the track I was enjoying a coffee and saying "thanks Chris"
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Re: GSXR 98 Srad fuel and vaccum pipe instalation

if i remove the tee piece the line will be to short so remove the tee piece and buy a straight line going from the crank case into the petcock correct? and il get that filter later asweel thanks for helping
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Re: GSXR 98 Srad fuel and vaccum pipe instalation

ok just saw your response ccm thanks for the input both of you guys il get those jobs done then so when the rpevious owner had this runner my solenoids have been having no air drawn to them it seems could that cause any additional problems? and the tee piece in the vac line looks it was some kind of extention for the line maybe 1more question could any of this bad hosing cause a possible bogging issue i have had it happens at around 5k+ and the bike really struggles to keep going
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Good job stepping up and helping DJ_SMURPH
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Cheers Chris. I've been at home all week recovering from pneumonia.
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Right all done and baught the hoses, fitting the wiring tomorrow probably needed new choke fitting that il update you after tomorrows ride let you know how things are thanks for the help everyone
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Pneumonia, man, that's nasty... Sorry I can fix your carbs but not that.
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Over the worst now. Just looking forward to going back to work now.
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Re: GSXR 98 Srad fuel and vaccum pipe instalation

ah the infamous third nipple...

better get this one in the RedR forum for all those pervs.. lol



sure is nice watching these issue get ironed out, I am a member of many motorcycle boards and the SRAD forum is certainly the think tank out of all of them as far as getting bikes up and going!

way cool, props to GDC!
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maybe 1more question could any of this bad hosing cause a possible bogging issue i have had it happens at around 5k+ and the bike really struggles to keep going
dunno if that setup has the pressurized flaot style or not but if it does be sure to go through that make sure its, unobstructed, sealed and all plugged in

the hesitation, stall, and run crappy round5k is a prognosis of that system failing, to diagnose you could unplug both ram air toobs and if it goes away thats it for sure!!!

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Re: GSXR 98 Srad fuel and vaccum pipe instalation

Let me know if you guys need my help, otherwise I will let you run with it.
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Hi guys I've the same problem, one of my solenoids are broken where the hose connects too it I'm also getting fuel in them and the hose's I'm completely stuck as why I'm getting fuel in them can anybody help?

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start your own thread, put a picture of what you have, and I will assist you.
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If you are in the US, I will send you this for free

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