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Vacuum Fuel Tap, Aerox, Piaggio/ Gilera

#P565

£4.95
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Description

Vacuum fuel tap for Piaggio, Gilera and Yamaha Aerox bikes, also Speedfight/ Derbi etc.

5-6mm fuel connection,
4-5mm vacuum connection.

Hose clips are always recommended! 

RMS Piaggio equivalent: 295534, 575331

Fitment
  • Aprilia SR Motard 50cc
  • Aprilia SR50R '03 onwards (Piaggio engine)
  • Aprilia SR50(Katana eng) '00-'03
  • Gilera Ice
  • Gilera Stalker
  • Malaguti 50cc F10,F12,F15
  • MBK Booster 50cc
  • MBK Mach G 50cc
  • MBK Nitro 50
  • MBK Ovetto 50
  • Piaggio Fly 2-stroke
  • Piaggio Fly 50 4-stroke
  • Piaggio Liberty 2-stroke
  • Piaggio NRG
  • Piaggio NRG MC2
  • Piaggio NTT
  • Piaggio Typhoon 125cc 2-stroke
  • Piaggio NRG MC3
  • Piaggio NRG Power
  • Piaggio Typhoon 50cc
  • Piaggio Zip 50cc 2-stroke
  • Piaggio Zip SP
  • This item is not specific to any bike, check suitability first.
  • Vespa ET4 50cc
  • Yamaha Aerox 50
  • Yamaha BWS 50cc
  • Yamaha Jog R/RR
  • Yamaha Slider
  • Vespa ET2
  • Piaggio Fly 100cc
  • Aprilia SR 125 2-stroke
Question
  • Q. how do you check if tap is working ok tried sucking fuel through large outlet no way yet can blow back through it?
  • A.

    With the tap fitted to the tank connect a pipe to the bottom connection (the connection on the right in our photo)

    If you suck gently on this pipe fuel should flow out of the other outlet from the tank and stop flowing when you stop sucking.

  • Q. Hi Please can you tell me how this tap works, not sure if it is u/s. When blowing or sucking on each pipe I can't get any air through…is this correct?
  • A.

    When you suck on the suction pipe (the one on the far right furthest away from the black filter in the picture) this allows fuel to flow from the petrol tank and out of the other pipe. This means that when the engine is running or the engine is cranking there will always be suction and the fuel will be flowing but as soon as the engine is switched off the suction stops and so does the fuel flow.  Fuel should never flow out the suction pipe.