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Carb vent tubes...
07/20/11 at 14:28:29
 
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Where do they go?... and what do they connect too?...

They go here,... and they connect to nothing.  They should be open to atmosphere...
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Re: Carb vent tubes...
Reply #1 - 07/21/11 at 04:13:10
 
Are they 5/16" or 3/16"?
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Reply #2 - 07/28/11 at 19:30:53
 
Sooooo.... does that mean i can just cut them 1" short from the stem and call it good? Cause mine are just a-danglin in the wind atm and not really effecting anything.
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Reply #3 - 05/26/12 at 05:06:26
 
Wouldn't there be a reason why they bring them up higher ? Suppose they could splash 1" or more,......or maybe pick up dirt easier ?
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Reply #4 - 05/26/12 at 05:29:36
 
Mine were routed to the airbox when I bought the bike, which was bone stock.
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Re: Carb vent tubes...
Reply #5 - 05/26/12 at 07:18:23
 
Mounted up high is to prevent water and dirt from getting in, some dirt will find its way in no mater what but a tiny amount. To answer the question yes you could have a 1 inch nipple.
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