vacuum lines
#1
hi there,
vacuum line issue..looking at the parts diagram for carburator(bike-parts-suz.com) 1994-1996
nr 51 vacuum hose(not fuel) connected to left carb.
nr 53 3-way connector, connected to 51 and 55 and to what?(right hand carb.?)
nr 55 hose (to pump)
    cheers
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#2
(18-09-2020, 07:43 PM)ahrmanbup Wrote: hi there,
vacuum line issue..looking at the parts diagram for carburator(bike-parts-suz.com) 1994-1996
nr 51 vacuum hose(not fuel) connected to left carb.
nr 53 3-way connector, connected to 51 and 55 and to what?(right hand carb.?)
nr 55 hose (to pump)
    cheers

pages 10-44 to 10-46 of the manual are your friend
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#3
(24-09-2020, 01:36 AM)Dbldutch Wrote:
(18-09-2020, 07:43 PM)ahrmanbup Wrote: hi there,
vacuum line issue..looking at the parts diagram for carburator(bike-parts-suz.com) 1994-1996
nr 51 vacuum hose(not fuel) connected to left carb.
nr 53 3-way connector, connected to 51 and 55 and to what?(right hand carb.?)
nr 55 hose (to pump)
    cheers

pages 10-44 to 10-46 of the manual are your friend
thanks [b]Dbldutch,is just the -91 model equipped with the reed valve?[/b]
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#4
There was a second air valve fitted to the Swiss and Austrian models from 1991-97 as standard. 
Uk models were only sold here from 191-93 and did not have it.
Later German and French models had it from 1995-97.
Here https://www.megazip.net/zapchasti-dlya-m...r-11487476
My advice would be to bin it as it`s not necessary.
If you still have the original white sticker on the headstock it should have an E number and I can tell from that your country of origin.
Alternatively I can probably tell you from the frame number
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#5
thanks lads..guess that all (vacuum lines)are straiten out for now.
   cheers
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