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Old 06-23-2018, 10:23 PM
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Long time member back after not having a cbr for years.

It's been a few years since I sold my last f3 so I'm super rusty on everything about the bike.

Picked up dirt cheap, carbs were already off the bike when I got it, so I've gone through them and they looked good cleaned them anyway.

I'm having trouble figuring out where all the damn hoses go lmao. I'll take some kucpictu of where I'm at tomorrow but I've figured out most of them.

I've got what looks like two smaller coolant hoses I can't figure out where they go.

​​​​​​I got the bike in pieces, I'm missing bolts for the intake, missing the bolts for the seat, all the fairings, and the bolts for the tank.

The bolts didn't worry me to much cause you can get just about anything at fastnal or Lowe's really.

Sorry for the long post!

I'm so excited to finally be back on a cbr. I've ridden a lot of different models cruisers and sport and cbr has always shined past the rest!
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Hey there. Just shoot some pics of the hoses with which you are having issues. We should be able to help you out.
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Is this how they should lay? Right over top or underneath that rail?
This goes here correct? Over top or underneath?
Idk why this picture flipped and is so dark but the black circle is my fuel line which guessing runs to my tank. The blue ones are from coolant one is from the water pump the other from the coolant hose


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Hey there. Just shoot some pics of the hoses with which you are having issues. We should be able to help you out.

Let me know if you or anyone else needs clearer pictures idk why the one flipped and is so dark .
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Pics 1 and 2. Correct and Over the rail for both.
For the hose in the blue circle, on the bottom side of the carbs, there are 2 T joints. If I am seeing the pic right, that hose should connect to one of them.
If the other is your fuel line, it should connect to the tank. To verify, just trace it back to the other end, it should go to the fuel pump.
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Pics 1 and 2. Correct and Over the rail for both.
For the hose in the blue circle, on the bottom side of the carbs, there are 2 T joints. If I am seeing the pic right, that hose should connect to one of them.
If the other is your fuel line, it should connect to the tank. To verify, just trace it back to the other end, it should go to the fuel pump.
Is this the t your thinking? Cause I've got that hooked up
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This coolant line comes from the water pump
This one from the coolant fill, it also connects to something that looks like a fuel filter then goes out to the coolant fill
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I misspoke, not enough coffee to get my brain fully engaged. Sorry about that. It's not a t joint, it's the metal Y joint to which I am referring. In the 2nd to the last pic, you can see it between boots 1 and 2, near your fuel/air mixture screw.
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I misspoke, not enough coffee to get my brain fully engaged. Sorry about that. It's not a t joint, it's the metal Y joint to which I am referring. In the 2nd to the last pic, you can see it between boots 1 and 2, near your fuel/air mixture screw.

So the two coolant lines I have go into the two open spots on the bottom of the carbs?
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Yes, the tube that is on the left goes into the left most port on the Y tube. Think of that as port 1. Port 2 & 3 should have a C shaped tube connecting them together and the tube that you found on the right goes on port 4
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