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ear shave note
when i did the ear shave i routed the carb breather over top of battery and down behind back wheel. looked ok and ran ok round town but on open road opened up it would hesitate and just did not feel smooth so i moved the breather higher under front of tank and now runs really nice ,i cant believe this would make so much difference but it has.
Vn 750 A2 1986 rebuilt engine, crank shaft, half casing,shell bearings,con rods,rear cylinder head,oil pump,water pump ,(had ceased bearing rusted up),tie bar upgrade,clutch basket drilled,front cylinder cam chains,toc springs,stator,shaved, rectifier,agm battery,solenoid ,starter motor (used) re-spray ongoing.
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: Southern Maine
Hmmm. I ran mine under the tank connected to a T and then to the filter as it shows in the procedure in the forum. All I'm having is carb issues in the front and. I even got to the point that I went straight pipes to rid the major back pressure the original exhaust was creating. Still have the carb issues though. Glad you found a fix for what was ailing ya.
You can also connect it into the fuel level sensor underneath the tank as it's just a plastic casing that has dead air.
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