Question about 1994 Suzuki DR 350 S
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I have not worked on this model of motorcycle. I cannot imagine it is too difficult to route the fuel line. Here is the advice ... You want as direct a route as you can make fromn the tank shutoff valve to the carb that will allow NO KINKS in the hose and that avoids all hot and sharp surfaces. The hose will probably be 50% longer than you think it should be. If you have one outlet at the shutoff valve and two carbs, you will need a brass "T" of the proper size and you will need to put the proper size clip at each joint.
Make sure you get Fuel Line not just rubber hose and remember to get exactly the correct diameter. For the very best results on your effort, purchase the needed fuel line and other parts from your Suzuki Motorcycle dealer.
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Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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