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Johnniea 10-06-2019 02:30 AM

Fuel line replacement
 
I have a F4 1000 04 and in the maintence youre suppoused to change fuel lines every 3 years, wich lines do they mean?

mitchy 10-06-2019 05:43 AM

The intank fuel hoses that perish over time.
Have a read of this thread-

https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/20-ma...ight=Fuel+hose

theknurl 10-06-2019 01:55 PM

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The ones connected to the fuel filter........
The green marked Clic-R clamps go on the filter:wink2:

ViggenF4 10-08-2019 01:33 PM

Was the breather hoses inside the tank 6mm or 8mm inside diameter?

Im just about to start the winter maintenance...

theknurl 10-08-2019 08:34 PM

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Originally Posted by ViggenF4 (Post 2603291)
Was the breather hoses inside the tank 6mm or 8mm inside diameter?

It's both>:)
Designed by morons......They try to make you buy the Factory POS
Here's how to cleanup the inside of your tank
Do it my way and there's only one line in the tank
Make a small 8mm sleeve to fit the nipple in the tank and epoxy it in ......then you can use straight 8mm tubing
and be able to remove the fuel pump plate without disconnecting anything
The strange part in both pictures is #800095839, it replaces your F4 tank drain plug and functions as a vent and tank drain plug
https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/20-ma...ification.html

TheSlacker 10-09-2019 10:48 PM

Anyone have a supplier & part numbers for replacing the fuel lines (both in tank and external) of a 2001 F4 in the US? Not having any luck locally.

theknurl 10-10-2019 12:03 AM

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Originally Posted by TheSlacker (Post 2603541)
Anyone have a supplier & part numbers for replacing the fuel lines (both in tank and external) of a 2001 F4 in the US? Not having any luck locally.

This isn't rocket science.....
You need 5/16-8mm submersible line SAE spec J30R10 it's available at any auto parts store 12" long, you need ~9"
You'll need a pair of Clic-R pliers available on eBay for ~$14

Check my previous posts on this thread:wink2:

esq'z me 10-10-2019 07:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheSlacker (Post 2603541)
Anyone have a supplier & part numbers for replacing the fuel lines (both in tank and external) of a 2001 F4 in the US? Not having any luck locally.

Contact @silentservice703 ..... he has most of what you need external and internal. NAPA can supply some of it, too.

silentservice703 10-10-2019 08:53 AM

@TheSlacker: I do have parts in stock probably cheaper than you can source them.

TheSlacker 10-10-2019 06:56 PM

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Originally Posted by theknurl (Post 2603553)
This isn't rocket science.....

Thank god, as I ain't one!

Part stores here (Seattle 'burbs) are very hit and miss, plus I wasn't sure what spec I needed for PSI ratings. Last thing I need is to buy one that's not up to par.

I'll ping silentservice for some.


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