I posted this in the other raptor forum. I had my raptor dyno tuned at trinity racing, and posted the following in their vendor section. What I want to know is what you guys think a disconnected vacuum hose can cause. Like I mention below, went riding in pretty dusty desert for a good 5-6 hours. Im not sure if that hose just provides vacuum for the diaphragm or if it actually sends air into the engine as well.
hey guys, please have james call eddie on tuesday. This is what I found today. Ive gone riding 2 times since having it dyno tuned with you guys after the free dyno day and was going to adjust the valves this morning when I saw this. I called and left a message, didnt catch the guys name though.
Vacuum hose wasnt hooked up to the carb and the black cap looks dented/cracked. I had not touched any of these parts since I got it back and the cap was not brought to my attention unlike my rear brakes, stuck decomp pin and screwed up rocker. The last two were fixed by you guys and they are working fine. Just want to know if you guys can take a look at this and see what can be done. I think a carb cleaning, cap replacement and top end inspection would be reasonable. I mention top end inspection because the carb has been sucking in dust through that inlet where the hose should be...Ive probably done about 5-6hrs of riding out in Ocotillo Wells, so it was plenty dusty and Im worried all that dust might have caused some damage. Please let me know