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Choke cable - The cable nipple attaches to a bracket on the choke shaft, pull on metal end of the cable (where it goes onto the carbs) until the bracket has moved enough to disengage the nipple (hold bracket, release cable & disengage) Throttle cables - Loosen the cable adjuster at the twist-grip all the way. Next loosen the 4 clamp screws holding the carbs on, disconnect the vacuum hoses, then remove carbs lift them up & disconnect the cable nipples from their holders Et Voila !
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2 and 1/2 just a point of refrence, it might have just as well been 1 1/2, when cleaning carbs disasemble them,as just using spray or add to the tank cleaners cant remove solids stuck in carbs and filters.Also look for any damage to ductwork at carbs that could let in any unregulated air.
Has the bike been sitting for any time longer than 4 days? 4 days is enough to clog idle jets. Cleaning the carbs if it has carbs, is the first defense against idle to low rpm stalls. Pull the carbs and clean them out. Definitley will help you out.
If you see here number 14 is where you attach the fuel pipes.Number 6 are the carb's overflow pipes which you drive them through steady route towards the ground.They don't attach anywhere.Number 16 is the vacuum hose which goes behind the fuel **** assy (number 1).Check out those diagrams and see if you can find any help.
there should be a vacuum hose coming from carb 4 that goes to the port on the rear of the petcock. as for the other 2 they are feed lines the 1 facing the rear of the bike goes to a hose between carb 1 and 2 and the 1 facing the front of the bike goes on the hose between carbs 3 and 4. the 2 remaining hoses on the carbs get criss crossed across the carbs and draped down thru the holders on the frame they are just overflow tubes incase you dump your bike. the other hose on the tank is a vent tube. hope this is helpful.