you just need some of this braided reinforced clear fuel line
whilst your at it fit some clear filters like these and change them regularly. Pointless fitting filters you can't see if they are getting clogged or not
Unless your fuel lines are kinked like this individuals was in the thread, no. Do you know what jets are in your carbs and what your float height is set at? I’d start thereWithin the City I dont feel it . 4 -5 mile stretches spurts of 65 for a mile is fine but on the highway I guess yes the feel is that of a restricted flow. It chokes...
The filter you linked are 5" long - probably too long to fit the area you have.For pods, a long, straight foam one works best. Most of us run UNI pods. For the BS34 carbs, you'll need #UP4229 or UP4229ST (dual layer) .....
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Pictured above are the dual layer version (ST) but you really don't need them. I only have them because I got them cheap from a local guy because they wouldn't fit his bobber.
I dont have the garage and the tools today maybe an year down the line. There are mechanics here I can find to work on them. I will need to give very specific parts based on the recommendations I gather here.To be thorough on this project, you'll need to remove and disassemble carbs. You've read the "carb guide".
You'll also need the tools shown in the guide and a manometer to synchronize them once reassembled.
Are you ready to tackle that?