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    fuel line brain fart, HELP!

    Hey guys!

    In the fall i removed the engine and decided to do a full rebuild. Now i put the engine back in but i am having this stupid brain fart. I cant remember where all of these fuel lines go lol.

    I know i shoudl remove the stock fuel pump and go with a triple out. But for now i just want to get it running.

    Can some draw me a diagram or something, there is a "cluster****" of fuel lines lol.

    Thanks


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    Moderator beerdart's Avatar
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    Just follow the routing for the triple but leave it as the single tee'ed in between the carbs.

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    The fuel comes out of the fuel selector switch and goes into the fuel pump. from there it goes to the the carbs. now there is a line that runs from the crankcase into the fuel pump, wich is the pulse line. If your ski has an auto cock valve Just bypass it, as it will give you nothing but trouble. It looks like a small fuelpump, and it is mounted beside the fuel pump on the air box.

    R

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    what lol???? home made picture please, man o man what a night. The only thing i have correct is the return line and main pulse line lol. the out from the pump goes to the in of the small useless thing, then i am lost.

    Thanks

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    so how do i bypass that thing? what happens with lines?

    Thanks

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    In stock form you would run the fuel line from the fuel selector switch to the auto cock then the fuel line would run to the fuel pump and then to the carb rack. All you need to do is run the fuel from the fuel switch to the fuel pump and then run it to the carb rack. Then take the tee out of the pulse line and run new hose to pulse fitting on the block and run it to the pulse fitting on the fuel pump. THe auto cock will give you lots of starting problems and running issues. So do not use it.



    R

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    I probably have a diagram but need your year and model.
    Yeah, I know, I know....Old and forgetful.

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    94 SLT 750 if I rember correctly.

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    This should be close enough.
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    thanks for the help guys!!!! Not done yet though lol.

    mine is not quite the same at the picture above. Mine is a 1994 SLT 750, it has that small useless "pump" aswell. The out of the main pump goes directly into that small "pump" then i am lost from there. There is a clear fuel line connected behind the first carb (PTO end), i am unsure where to connect it. Then i connected my return line to the end of the rack, so thats done. Main pulse line has also been connected. There is also a short piece of line wich is capped connected at the start of the rack (i just finished connecting it, so it might be wrong lol, the way everything is going, it probably is)

    So i now have the line from the tees to connect. The first tee line goes down then connects to the 2nd tee, then branches from there to..?????

    If you can just draw me a diagram of my model that would be great.

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