93 1500 SE Carburetor


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dbenson
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93 1500 SE Carburetor

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I am changing out the vacuum lines on my Carb but have gotten to a point that I feel like I messed up. I have a port that is missing a line on the back but cannot figure out where I missed it. I looked at diagrams and pics but others don't have this there. I enclosed a picture. Any help would be great.
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Rambozo
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So where is your before pic?

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PedroTQ
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Here are a couple of pics of my 90SE, it is a Californian, thus all the extra pipework, I guess they are similar.

I think it goes to the diaphragm valve on the left of the bike?

I removed all my obsolete and unwanted pipework and blanked that port off.
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#1 - 1975 GL-1000 - showroom
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That hose would go to the CA emission EVAP (purge valve) located on left side near drain hoses and reverse lever. A black circular device with three hoses to it.
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dbenson
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Ok thank you for everyone's help, I have It put back together (I think) I changed out the 2 vacuum pistons and they both slide now. I have come to an issue (or created an issue) the bike seems to idle fine but when I give it gas it starts Bogging down real hard. I cant get much juice out of it due to that. I am worried I did something wrong.

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tsandvik
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Boy, deja-vu all over again. I have the exact same problem. Posted same symptoms a couple of months ago.

Purrs like a kitten at idle but bogs down as soon as a load or acceleration is placed on motor.

If you find a cure, please let me know what you did. Planning on taking it to a specialty Wing shop in mid-January and would love to save the bucks involved in that.

Thanks

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Hi - saw your post there !! - it could be the petcock !! take a look at this how too !! see if it fits your problem there !! - its a easy fix too !! and wont cost you as much as taking it to a shop to be done either !! there -
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the fuel cap can be another cause of bogging down too !!

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I have been going through several videos but most seem to have a different model than mine apparently, Mine will start to resist at about 3000 RPM and does not want to go nicely above that. I have checked all of my carb vacuum lines and they seem good. I changed out the vacuum pistons due to the right one not moving before. All seems to work. I will check my gas cap like suggested.



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