1992 VN 750
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
OK...I am game for removing all of the Fruit and Nut emission mods. I suppose I will need to remove the battery box to get to some of it but I have most of the bike apart now, so why not make it more interesting to put back together!
Looks like the hose from the right rear of tank comes off, then the "T" fitting hoses off the carbs need to be routed to the right ear, then after that I am not sure other than having to reroute the fuel vent hose from the rear of the tank and keep it from going into the separation chamber. But after almost 20 years I am not sure that much is left stock on this bike anyway. I have some hose rerouting to do anyway, so might as well learn all I can about this bike.
I also read today that a lot of folks have Main jet #132 and Pilot jet #38 as their stock jets. Not sure of the disconnect between the TOC manual and reality, but if #132 will satisfy the fuel need, not much need to change. Looking forward to getting this bike running properly and not spending all freetime wrenching. "Fixing" the Kawasaki guy's "repairs" seems to be the first order of business though. Hopefully better news by the end of this week.
1992 VN 750 / 18,100 miles
V and H Cruzers
Earshaved and sheared
110/90 and 170/80 Metzeler 880s
Clear Alternatives LED brakelight
Saddleman Explorer Seat
VN750.com Grill cover