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    fuel and vacuum line routing

    On the petcock which is vacuum and which is fuel? On the carburetor which is vacuum and which is fuel?

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    Vacuum will always be smaller than fuel on both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddad View Post
    Vacuum will always be smaller than fuel on both.
    Thanks. That's going to be helpful.

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    Oh and the carb vac is closest to the manifold I believe there are some pics on the net if you look up aprilia rs carby hose connections,there is also a big section on the 125 sportsbike forum in the UK.

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    Thanks once more . You’ve been very helpful.

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    Here’s the thread you mentioned that has the helpful images.

    https://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/...-please-rs125&

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