Yes, it is easy to do. Simply make a blanking plate and a fuel resistant gasket and install them in place of the vacuum bits. Then block off the vacuum port on the carburettor. You can get away with just installing a gasket, but it may tend to leak. You don't need to ask me how I know that...I installed my vacuum pump on the petcock and it will not hold a vacuum i can pump it up to 20in and it takes 20 to 30 sec to go to 0. Can I bypass the defective vacuum side on the petcock?
what do i need to check next? thank for your helpi open the petcock with the pump on it and gas comes pouring out.
its not a tank venting issue i left the cap open and the sane thing.
i think it is somthing elec? but i have know idea.
thinks for all your time