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2002 vstar 1100 classic. Is this normal to have a fuel filter right after the tanks petcock? From that it goes to the actual filter under the seat
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I spent the past month mostly collecting tools to tune up the bike. 54000 miles and everything is custom, not sure if or when it was ever properly serviced. I rebuilt the carb did the valve adjustments, compression test, etc. Im about to hook up the manometer to synch the carbs but obviously don't want to kill it lol. So Should i eliminate this? Wouldn't it throw off the air:fuel ratio? Especially since it doesn't even look like a Yamaha filter? Looks like a lawnmower filter to me lol!
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