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Old 16-02-2013, 05:01 PM
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Default Hyppercharger Removal

Back again with this one.

Got the actual thing off and it is messy and the filter itself gunked up, but that wasn't a problem, when they ran the bike, as the airbox had parted ways with the carb *headdesk*

Any way I'm now left with two pipes - one I know how to sort and is for the butterfly flaps, but the other I'm guessing is a float bowl vent tube. I gather its supposed to be left open and not blocked, but why was it connected to the hypercharger and do I need to do anything with it?
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Just guessing from your description it would be to recirculate the vented fumes from the carb I'd leave it open and block off the flap one. Pic's may help if possible.
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Just guessing from your description it would be to recirculate the vented fumes from the carb I'd leave it open and block off the flap one. Pic's may help if possible.
Yeah pretty much what I am doing, the flap vacuum hose is also connected to the Asis systems so its going to be striped out and blocked anyway when I remove the Asis

I did a vid but then found out its for venting fumes so didn't bother and took the hypercharger off :P
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