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Originally Posted by Spockster View Post
1988 Vulcan VN750 (red)
2005 Vulcan VN750 (silver)
(2) 1994 Vulcan VN750 (red)
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Join Date: Nov 2012
Originally Posted by One1 View Post
It's just not normal to have fuel flowing through the vacuum line.
It's happened on my own bike, so no need to estimate anything, it filled the crankcase with gas while parked with the petcock turned off.
Almost every major leak starts with a trickle.
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Join Date: Mar 2020
Well thanks for all the advice but i cannot figure out the problem with the bike. So i will put tank back on and spray staring fluid around the carb see if i can find vacuum leak if not im going to give up on the old bike. Its to bad its a clean bike with only 5500mi. on it. Again thanks guess i will put it in the corner of the shop and cover it up.