Question about 1988 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)
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Posted on Dec 08, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok fuel fill lines are the 2 lines between carbs 1 n 2 and 3 n 4 toward the rear of the bike the 2 hoses coming out just in front of them are float bowl overflows that just get criss crossed over the carbs and ran thru the little holders on the frame. the only vacuum line is coming out of the side of carb 4, this line goes to the nipple on the petcock facing away from the knob. as for the fill lines the 1 between 1 n 2 goes to the nipple facing the rear of the bike and 3 n 4 goes to the 1 facing the front of the bike. hope this helps here is a link for a free service manual download. http://www.files.michaelmcmahon.org/1988-1997-GSX600-750-1100F-R.pdf try using www.katriders.com it is a lot more helpful than this site for katana issues.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
you can tig weld the seams,or crack .and can be fixed without dissasembly by a good tig welder. but before you do drain any and all fluids in this area. so you don't start a high temp fire inside or outside.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
You must hook them on each niple has each carburator right before it's cylinder head's collar that is plugged on. One of them has the vacuum hose that goes to your fuel switch, pull it out and put the switch to PRI position or feed the carburators externaly. The other nipples are plugged with blind plugs which you remove to plug the vacuum hoses and then replace them back on.
Posted on Feb 03, 2012
the petcock vacuum line should be attatched to the vacuum take off spigot on the engine side inlet rubber of no2 carb...
Posted on Oct 13, 2012
Im pretty sure the two bigger pipes are the fuel pipes and they go from either side of the fuel tap to the carbs one is on and one is reserve.then the smaller pipe goes on the fuel tap to the smallest outlet and then goes to the top of the 3rd carb diaphragm cap.if it's the same as what we call a gsx750f in the UK.
Posted on Apr 15, 2015
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