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08-14-2019 10:40 AM
mmart Two hoses,
08-14-2019 07:50 AM
Michael Sevostyanov
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Look here
is this one hose? or different?
08-14-2019 12:20 AM
mmart Look here
08-13-2019 10:25 PM
Michael Sevostyanov
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If it’s the one behind the air box on the right side of the bike then yes you’re correct NO fluid. Again there is one on the left side of the bike as well.
Yes it's him!
And on the left side, what kind of hose?

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08-13-2019 06:35 PM
mmart If it’s the one behind the air box on the right side of the bike then yes you’re correct NO fluid. Again there is one on the left side of the bike as well.
08-13-2019 03:54 PM
Michael Sevostyanov
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Is it important? No not really, but there is one on each cylinder. It can be removed but the ports on the engine that they’re connected to need to be covered with a what they call a “coaster”, you can’t just leave it open.
ok, thanks. Do I understand correctly that there is no fluid in this hose?
08-13-2019 03:32 PM
mmart
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Emissions related. Connects to the reed valves. It’s whats removed or blocked off when the marbling or coastering mod is performed. That is the primary reason your bike pops when decelerating.
1) is it very important?
2) can it be removed?
Is it important? No not really, but there is one on each cylinder. It can be removed but the ports on the engine that they’re connected to need to be covered with a what they call a “coaster”, you can’t just leave it open.
08-13-2019 03:01 PM
Michael Sevostyanov
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Emissions related. Connects to the reed valves. It’s whats removed or blocked off when the marbling or coastering mod is performed. That is the primary reason your bike pops when decelerating.
1) is it very important?
2) can it be removed?
08-13-2019 02:55 PM
mmart
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please tell me what is this hose?
Emissions related. Connects to the reed valves. It’s whats removed or blocked off when the marbling or coastering mod is performed. That is the primary reason your bike pops when decelerating.
08-13-2019 02:42 PM
Michael Sevostyanov
I have a question

please tell me what is this hose?

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