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Old 05-12-2007, 12:07 PM   #1
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what goes here

cbr f2 question. what goes here to these tubes i put the tank on open the fuel on the tank. and gas came out of both these tubes. it's the two tubes that are crossed. they come from the carbs.

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Old 05-12-2007, 12:12 PM   #2
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I think that they are linked together by another tube to equalize the fuel distribution.
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returns, to the tank?
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Old 05-12-2007, 12:17 PM   #4
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check out this diagram.
http://houseofmotorcycles.bikebandit...e~CBR600F2.asp
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I think that they are linked together by another tube to equalize the fuel distribution.
i thought that too. but the tubes are too long go together you know. as you see in the diagram they are too long to seem to link together. now equalizing fuel disribution make sense sense if they are together it seem to close the fuel system up.
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imo...looks like fuel return lines. looks like each line is paired with 2 carbs. hard to tell with out hands on and no experiance with that bike. g/l
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imo...looks like fuel return lines. looks like each line is paired with 2 carbs. hard to tell with out hands on and no experiance with that bike. g/l
that's my problem i'v enever messed wit this type bike before.
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Old 05-12-2007, 11:18 PM   #9
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Hard to tell from your pic, but it looks like the inlet lines and there's a t missing.
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you know i'm tlaking abotu the two tubes that are crossed right??? the big and the small one come of f the pet . when i turn the fuel on the fuel comes out of the two that are the same size that are crossed.
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Are you talking about the float overflow lines from the carbs?
What numbers are they in this diagram?

http://www.ronayers.com/fiche/200_02...50&parent=5120

Post what numbers the lines are that you're talking about and I can tell you where they go.
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Are you talking about the float overflow lines from the carbs?
What numbers are they in this diagram?

http://www.ronayers.com/fiche/200_02...50&parent=5120

Post what numbers the lines are that you're talking about and I can tell you where they go.
39 and 35
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Float bowl overflow hoses. You've got some trash in the carbs / floats / inlet needles are stuck open.
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Float bowl overflow hoses. You've got some trash in the carbs / floats / inlet needles are stuck open.
well poo. I tiptoed around that and figured I'd have to do that. cause i didn't want to but well. Now i have to. :eh:
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