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Good day Thumpers!

New to the forum. I've been working on a 1987 TT350 project. I've run into a bit of obstacle with my carburetor fuel lines. Just not positive where all the lines hook to.

 

YAMAHA Carburetor.jpg

 

I am 99% sure of where/what A, D, and E are for, just confused as to where B and C hook to.  Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

 

A= Main Fuel Supply

D= Fuel Drain?

E= Overflow?

 

B= ???

C= ???

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Good day Thumpers!

New to the forum. I've been working on a 1987 TT350 project. I've run into a bit of obstacle with my carburetor fuel lines. Just not positive where all the lines hook to.

YAMAHA Carburetor.jpg

I am 99% sure of where/what A, D, and E are for, just confused as to where B and C hook to. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

A= Main Fuel Supply

D= Fuel Drain?

E= Overflow?

B= ???

C= ???

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Dam phones,

B and c are overflows

E dont know

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A= Main Fuel Supply

B= Overflow

C= Overflow
D= Bowl Drain
E=  ?  It's been too long since I've had mine apart . I can't seem to find reference to it in my manuals , either .

 

Can you post a shot of the bottom ? That might help pinpoint what it is suppose to be .

 

I'll be pulling my carbs for a cleaning , but it won't be for a while .

Edited by pd350

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If you go to this post you can see how the lines go. You have the same carb I do. Scroll down to the closeups of carbs.

 

http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/1045613-last-xt350-carb-question-1986/

 

B & C connect together in a Y connector and just plug into E.

 

 

Chris.

Edited by willphish4food

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I just had a look at my carbs and E is simply open to drain .

 

What Chris shows in his pics is the setup for California .

They have a state law that dictates they have to be different than everyone else . ;)

 

Nice pics , Chris . But your carbs are way too clean and likely the sorce of the problems you had . JK . :D

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Hey Ya'll thanks for all the help on getting my fuel lines straighten out. Got to take it in my field today. Now just needs some minor tuning. Thanks again.

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