What is this connection (Keihin FCR 39mm )

Does somebody know what in have to connect to this.

I used all my free hoses on my drz, and don't know what to connect at this double nipple.

What should i do with the part that look like a choke with a hose.

(just below the carb on the pic)? Do I need this on my drz?

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DRZ 400 S (2000)

Tnx in advance

the double nipple is a vent line and the pic on the bottom is the hotstart.im asuming this carb came off an E model drz

you have a yamaha carb.

if you intend to keep the coast enrichener you need to remove the "T" fitting and connect that hose on the carb to a vacuum nipple installed in the the cylinder head.

the other item you have indicated it the hotstart valve from the yamaha.you wont be using it.

if it were mine i would remove the CE and connect the left over nipples in the carb together with a short peice of left over hose.

Thanks eddie & mickydee for the fast reply, Im actually working now on it.

Perfect.

I'm trying to understand what you all are saying. Post reply asap

the double nipple is a vent line and the pic on the bottom is the hotstart.im asuming this carb came off an E model drz

I don't know micky, a friend gave the carb to me.

I told him that i own a 400 s and that they are know for their crappy carbs.

I don't know micky, a friend gave the carb to me.

I told him that i own a 400 s and that they are know for their crappy carbs.

well Eddie just said it came from a yamaha so you have a yamaha carb.

you have a yamaha carb.

if you intend to keep the coast enrichener you need to remove the "T" fitting and connect that hose on the carb to a vacuum nipple installed in the the cylinder head.

the other item you have indicated it the hotstart valve from the yamaha.you wont be using it.

if it were mine i would remove the CE and connect the left over nipples in the carb together with a short peice of left over hose.

Ok eddie,

Ill follow your advice and remove the CE and dont use the hotstart

I don't know what a ce is so again here are some pictures.

This is a CE?

1.jpg

And this is the result if the CE is removed.

In the ce was a litle oring and a spring.

Should stay this open???

2.jpg

Tnx

Just googled what a CE is.

I found it.

The pictures are correct.

I'll remove the ce Eddie, on the pics is only the removal of the little piece of the CE.

I'll remove it completely and block of al nipples that was connected to the CE.

Tnx again

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