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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-25-2015, 05:45 PM Thread Starter
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Vacuum lines- 1 set to MAP, 1 set to ???

Using an 07 RR in a Mini Sprint. We've typically run the Yamaha R6 carbs on them, but we're setting one engine up w/ injection.

Have a question on vacuum lines- 2 sets off the back of the throttle bodies - lower set goes to MAP, the upper set goes to ??? Emissions control? This engine was a 'car kit' so not everything was included. I think for our application, we'll likely be capping them, but just wanted to double check the bike's application.

Any help appreciated.

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The 07rr has an idle air control valve.

There is a line running from the airbox to a solenoid and then from there to each throttle body


The map sensor has a small line running to the airbox. Its not a 'set' at all.
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