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I will second the idea of using fuel injection fuel line and clamps, and for the same reasons.
The OEM vacuum hose clamps get destroyed when removed (they did for me at least) and since I didn’t want to go to Mother Honda for replacements, and the screw type are ug-lee!, I used safety wire.
A couple of rotations around the vacuum hose (no overlapping, just nice and neat) and a light twist to secure it, but not so tight as to slice the hose, and it looks neat and tidy.

Yes it does take a bit more time, but the bike was down for two years worth of spare time while I went over everything to bring her to road worthiness after sitting for two years.

Good Luck!

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#16 06-22-2012, 02:09 PM,

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