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K1 fuel line

Changing the fuel lines on me kr1 this week, looked in the manual,but does,nt say which size, i,ve got 5mm and 6mm internal diameter, anyone know what size the genuine origanal lines are

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Cant remember, probly 6mm, but use spring things (goes without saying). Make them nice and long too - as previously mentioned, if you are leaned over to the right for long enough on a low tank the lines can run dry. The left line is shorter and its usually left pot that pops, coincidence? This probly only matters on track though, where you get a long enough corner.

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