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If I remove the air box will I be able to get to the vacuum hose that goes bad under the rubber mat?
 

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Hi doncan, although it would be great to be able to, sadly no it is a carby out job to get at the vacuum hose(s) you need to,( do you need to?) we can help with the process tho, just post your questions and this fabulous forum can help..
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Hey thanks gaswing for asking that, I assumed it was a 1500....my reply as above.
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...it is a carby out job to get at the vacuum hose(s) you need to...
You can slightly reduce the scope of the job by removing the carbs (from the rubber isolators attaching them to the intake manifold), then Tilting the carbs forwards, but not actually removing them from the bike. That will save you the trouble of disconnecting the throttle and clutch cables.
 
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