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can i plug this hose? it comes out of the airbox.


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sorry i can't get the pic to post. but its hooked into the back of the airbox

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Try using a real comp to post the pic....but to answer yer question (without seeing) more than likely....



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this hose comes under the gas tank. ive coastered and plugged the other tube that comes off the carb going to the funny looking emissions thing. anything else i need to do?

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tp stator
dampers
coil relay mod
other stuff not listed
mustang seat
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That looks like its comin off the emissions unit....sheitcan it all....
All you should need after an earshave, is 1)coasters, 2)plug to the right carb vac, 3)replacement air cleaners, 4) breather for crancase located between radiator and front jug.



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thanks i finally got everything back together after stator replacement. just need to put exhaust back on. and pray it will run lol. the filters for the carbs is next. doing everything a dollar and a bolt at a time.

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For the filters, go Emgo....I get 4 for a Kawi 1000 Concourse....same size...works out to 7-8 bucks each.....I change my filters yearly, even though the Emgos are washable....



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We have fuel filters?
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The VN fuel filters are part of the petcock and inside the tank....



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