Any info on fuel line extension you can provide would be helpful. Like pictures. I've found cheap replacement fuel lines on ebay for <$20 but I would need to replace one end of them with an adapter similar to what is on fuel tank for them to work. Not sure where to get this.
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The info is partially right in over thinking if a 2014 or earlier. As to the 2015 and newer, good luck in accessing the vacuum ports without removing a host of parts. I took some advice from members on this forum and brought out my caped vacuum lines, put the original caps with all my other removed from the bike/ not needed parts. I then used some stainless 1/4 by 1 1/2 stainless bolts and plugged the lines, which happen to be wire tied to my Denali compressor. I can then do a vacuum check in 5 minutes and restore , then go for a ride.
As to putting a MK-3 fuel tank on the right side as shown in the above photo, good luck, the wire harness on everything of the 2015 is short as is the fuel line. I purchased the Kawi fuel extension line, then discovered that someone from China had one with a male on one end and female on the other. The Kawi line is meant to go on the throttle body , let me say it is almost impossible to get off and a PITA. So this is similar to the part I added
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In reality, if you followed my post, if your valve shims are all in spec or all on the loose side, which is how I sanded my shims, that is you just did the valve shim check, confirming the vacuum sync can be done using my method, for about $5 for vacuum line. My 07 was a lot easier to access the vacuum adjustment screws, the later bikes with ABS take up the real estate under the gas tank and make it almost impossible to get at the caped vacuum ports, you may get the caps off, good luck in getting anything back on.