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Tw200 drill/tap how-to

Edit - new petcock project is here - https://www.vn750.com/forum/showthread.php?t=72770


So I did some modification to the tw200 petcock I got. First, I drilled clean through it. Next, I opened the "mouth" where the fuel flows, and enlarged the two inlets all the way through to allow for better flow.

If you are replacing your petcock with this, I recommend pulling the elbows off your old petcock and jb welding them to the new one, like I will.




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There's no need to enlarge the tw200. Put some liquid through the stock and if your bike sucks gas that fast then you have big problems.

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There's no need to tell me there is no need for this.
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Placing a "T" for the fuel line is easier than this lol

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