Tube routing correction:
Left side of carb has a 'T' section with (2) hoses
Right side of carb has a 'T' section with (2) hoses
Bowl cover has an over flow with (1) hose
Take one left and one right hose and connect them with a new plastic or brass 'T' fitting, add a section of hose to create one hose end. Put a filter on it and run it under the tank
Take the other left and right nose, do the same thing, but run them down to the hose holder near the swingarm. Put though holder and add a filter.
Take the bowl over flow, and route it in a loop: down, up over the height of the float bowl, and back down through the hose holder deal-y on the carb. No filter!
Now the carb will breath (receive atmospheric pressure on the fuel in the bowl) even if the lower tubes are under water.
Why not run all 4 hoses under the tank?
Because you need as many possible atmospheric pressure points as possible, and hoses in the breeze get different pressure than those that are isolated.
You want to average the pressure out.
So you need to separate them.
Edited by Kah Ran Nee, August 15, 2014 - 09:34 PM.