After a 2 yr hibernation I decided to move my 87 LeMans SE over to the other (heated) shop. Yuck. Dirt daubers had clogged the exhaust pipes, fuel smelled and looked like poison. The choke cables were stuck. Well after replacing broken / deteriorated parts, fuel tank cleaning, o/hauling carbs, repairing choke mechanisms and air filter replacement I am (I think) ready to reassemble.
Wrong!!!!!!!! I start back together only to find I don't remember how to route the choke cables...and I hope I am correct about the fuel line banjos. Does anyone have a bike they can look at and describe or post pics of these things ? My bike has 40mm Dellorto carbs and factory airbox.
Also, is there a clearance on the choke cables I need to shoot for? I assume as long as there is slack in the cables it is good.
p.s. this bike was NOT meant to be worked on! I would charge $200.00 labor to change the air filter .
Choke cable routing
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