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I cant figure out thye fuel and vaccuum lines

Looked all over and still cant find where the lines go

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On a carb there are little rubber caps that fit over the points where you attach a carb balancer diagnotic tool. On my Kwak there are four of these attachment points. Three are capped and the fourth is capless and this is where the vacuum hose is attached. The fuel inlet hose is attached to the pipe that feeds the carbs.
Best bet is to google a forum for your particular bike as I can guarantee you are not the first with this question.

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