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Vacuum Port Lines

could anyone possible show me threw pictures of where the left & right vacuum port lines of the carbs go???

Trying to make sure i have them correctly.

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the right carb port is blocked, the left is connected to your Fuel petcock. Or you may connect a T fitting ...connecting both lines to the petcock.
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if your bike is stock with reed valves working, left side runs to petcock and right side runs under the seat to what they call the air control valve( sorry not sure how to upload pics here)

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Here's pics of the right side carb and the "vacuum switch valve" (per the Kaw manual) under the rear tank mount. Hope it helps!

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Thanks Guys!
That Answered my problem,
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