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Help with protruding line?

Just bought my first super sport (not first bike)

08 600rr, I put about 100km on it today and noticed after this line is now protruding out from the frame of the bike and slightly rubbing the shifter rod.

What line is this and should I just zip tie it out of the way to those larger lines?

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its a vent hose that starts at the bottom of the gas tank it slides parallel to the Radiator hoses then slides thru a hole in the lower right before the kick stand check out this image



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Hrm... it seems like it is way too long then... I'll see if I can route it behind the rad lines.

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Pull it down further. It's sticking out too much, it should reach the belly pan holes.
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Hrm... it seems like it is way too long then... I'll see if I can route it behind the rad lines.

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sure you can do that just do not yank on it too hard otherwise it might come off reach up with one hand and hold it in place while using the other hand to slide it down in place



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Hey Moe, what is that cable tied to your kickstand?
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Help with protruding line?

Looks like the magnets to trip traffic lights. Does it work, Moe?


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