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post #81 of 89 (permalink) Old 02-19-2015, 06:08 PM
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Yeah, those Motion Pro fittings look to be very useful. I may need to check into getting a pair.

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post #82 of 89 (permalink) Old 02-27-2015, 09:54 PM
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One last question...is it necessary to connect the vent and drain hoses or is that just to get rid of one extra hose?

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post #83 of 89 (permalink) Old 02-28-2015, 05:45 AM
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One last question...is it necessary to connect the vent and drain hoses or is that just to get rid of one extra hose?
If you look at the function of the tank vent and the tank overfill line, they both carry fuel (liquid vs gas). I say add the Y below the tank and run a single line along the engine casing to under the bike like the OEM set up.
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Yep.

Just tuck the hoses up inside the deflectors & your done.
Jeez it's a motorcycle not a jet fighter
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Just tuck the hoses up inside the deflectors & your done.
Jeez it's a motorcycle not a jet fighter
Nothing to be gained by rolling eyes at someone asking for info just because they want to avoid problems.

But, having said that, I am guilty of rolling eyes at people who treat their bikes like rat rods.
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Really Rat Rod... I bought a Monster as a motorcycle not rolling art. I guess I could just polish it all the time... Just kidding around.
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The only real question is whether to put the Y adapter high near the fairing air inlets, or down low where the battery charge cable is.

I did not want a loose Y adapter rattling against the gas tank and fairing, and chose to locate it down low. There are plenty of loose cables down there already, but the plastic Y adapter may not last as long due to the engine heat before becoming brittle and cracking.

I have another monster with canister removal, where the right gas tank hose is completely removed, no Y adapter needed. The issues I see on it are some discoloration of the right gas tank nipple and surrounding area, and possible brown discoloration or corrosion of the gas cap hinge.

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There should be two tubes coming from each side of the top of the tank, they should be short and you should need to connect them to one long tube going from the middle point of the two sides of the tank down to the ground. It is just for venting. Least how I remember doing it.

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Just tuck the hoses up inside the deflectors & your done.
Jeez it's a motorcycle not a jet fighter
Beezwiz, I'm giving you a hard time, but I crewed F16 fighter jets for 8 years and I try to maintain my bikes the same way. ;-)

Here is a screen grab from the United Kingdom 2012 769 or 765 (I forget) spare parts catalog. I did my 1100 per the UK 1100 spare parts catalog.
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