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Fuel problems I've just started having fuel problems on my 96 Trident 750. It's used daily and just started cutting out, but I can carry on running as long as i don't rev too hard or exceed 60mph. I took the tank off last night and fuel pissed out when I disconnected the hoses so I knew something was wrong. I took off the vacuum tap and found the valve was in the vacuum position. When I took it apart I found the casting was blocked so it was retaining the vacuum. I cleaned it out finding a small thin piece of rubber was blocking the hole and assumed I'd fixed it. This morning riding to work the symptoms are exactly the same. I opened the cap when I arrived at work wondering if there was a vacuum in the tank but there didn't appear to be. Any ideas?

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There are two fuel pipes from the petrol tap to junctions between the carbs. Inside those plastic junction pieces, where the fuel pipe attaches are small conical mesh filters, 'witches hats' as described by the mechanic at my local dealers, it is likely that they are clogged up. Unfortunately you will need to take the carbs off the engine to get to them. Probably worth getting some new petrol pipes as well, mine had perished and become brittle after a few years and split when I pulled them apart.

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