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Ok I wasn't paying any attention when I removed the hoses from the carbs. Any advice on getting them back on correctly?

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I see where they connect to carbs, how about the other end of the hoses. Where do these connect to?
92059D
92059
92059C
92059A

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I see where they connect to carbs, how about the other end of the hoses. Where do these connect to?
92059D
92059
92059C
92059A

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92059D - Petcock (Vacuum)
92059C - Intake baffle
92059 - Petcock (Fuel)
92059A - Petcock (Fuel)

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What do you do with "92059C - Intake baffle" with an ear shave, add a breather for it?

When I got the bike, I put this cap on as it was taped off before. What is this port for? Also, the screw just below it, is that the mixture screw that people keep refering to with 2.5 turns? Also with that, is clockwise richer?
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That port taped off is on the right carb, is a vacume port to operate the Air baffles, (lets air into exaust, suppose to help on decell from popping. Blocking that off like that is a easy way to do so called Marbling! The screw beside it is the adjustment, normally about 2&1/2 turns out from bottom

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Thanks! Is clockwise in more rich? Also what do I do with 92059C for an ear shave, add a breather? I had my hoses off for so long I forgot.
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Screw them in (right) gently till the bottom, then back out till 2&1/2 is supposidly the starting point, then tweak from there. I might be wrong but think out is more rich???

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