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    Pulse Connector/hoses

    Only took me 5 yrs to get the nerves to rebuild my carbs on 2001 Yahama GP800R. Had no clue how to get access to them...

    Today, just dove in and was able to remove exhaust to expose the the carbs. I removed the fuel line. When I removed the pulse hose, the pulse connector came off...the connector is not attached to the carb but the unit behind it...

    Is this suppose to be loose or did I break it...Attached pic of the connector...

    I put it back for the pic, and it sitting in there pretty tight...I cant pull it our now
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    btw, I have a red arrow pointing at it

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    That fitting needs to be tight or you’ll have an air leak, which wreaks havoc on 2 strokes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonesyfxr View Post
    That fitting needs to be tight or you’ll have an air leak, which wreaks havoc on 2 strokes.
    so is that piece removable, I didnt accidently break it off ????

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    just tap it back in and make sure its secure like others have said. you can put some loctite on it to fill in gaps

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    thanks everyone....

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    Loctite has a friction fit formula.

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