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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-03-2009, 10:54 PM Thread Starter
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Lost w/ air tubes

I looking at this bike after the previous owner had remove the air duct, he thought that it was necessary to remove in order to get to the carbs, but the problem i am having is that i do not recall how the air tubes, vacuum lines and other tubes coming and going in this area goes, because i didn't remove them, and don't have my other vulcan to look off of,(other vulcan is in MD), does anyone have any pictures of this area of the air lines, vacuum lines?, Close ups, this one is a CA model, don't know if there is a difference, but anything could help, there are a couple tubes ending in the same area,
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The best suggestion I can come up with (I'm tecnologically challenged) is the microfiche at bikebandit.com, ronayers.com, etc. Sure somebody else will post something more enlightning.

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Anybody have any pics or idea how to figure it out?,
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http://www.shopmanualdownloads.com/r...onSwank136.pdf
Check pages 43 and 44 of 331 in the pdf. (Shop manual 2-27 and 2-28.)

That`s probably not enough detail, so do as flitecontrol suggests, and check the microfiche at ronayers, etc.

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It surely does help, to a point, was hoping that someone had pictures of the area, possible someone took pictures as they worked on the engine, carb, or some part else that might have had it showing the area also,
If someone is working on there bike and have the tank off,
If you could possible take a few minutes to take a few pics and load the up,
that would be greatly appricated. Actualy seeing them located on the bike is probly the easiest way. trying to avoid the trial and error method w/ the many different possibility.
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How many holes on the box are you needing help?

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