Join Date: Dec 2014
Location: Apopka Florida, a twist in the road just northwest of Orlando Florida My home for over 30 years
You will find removing the gas tank to be a daunting task when full of fuel. Best to run it down to about 1/4 tank or less before removal.
Removal of the rear carbs fuel line in addition to an extension hose
will route fuel to a gas can nicely.
Some of the rubber intake parts are a bit tricky to get them seated correctly when tightening them up. AS you will see when you get in there. Also check your carb to intake manifold boot upper connections.
These are very prone to becoming dislodged or leaky.
The band clamps should be fairly tight. Carbs fully seated.
Just starting here and getting past this point will dictate what to look for next if nothing pops up it's ugly head .
2000 Vstar 650 Classic , Firethorn orange Metal flake Urethane, OEM tall Windshield, 47 Harley Tail light mod, progressive springs, hard bags painted to match w/chr. bullet accents Custom Modified rear rack/backrest, Cobra Modified exhaust w/ chrome Pencil tips, Hyper charger kit,
PRV 15, Riser mounted speakers, Chrome levers,Fringe grips, studded Leather bib with pocket, Billet Oil filter relocation kit , 3.5 PMS w/ stock pilots, mains- 122.5, Custom billet t signals
Last edited by RestoRider00; 02-11-2015 at 05:02 PM.