The tube is held to the valve with studs, so naturally one nut came off its stud and the other did not; instead the stud unscrewed from the valve body.
*shrug* Six of one.
The cold start injector is now easily visible, and I have only to take the distributor out to get at it. I've had the distributor out before, so it's not a big deal for me to do that; and while I've got it out I'll replace the distributor o-ring so I don't get an oil leak at the distributor shaft when I put it back together. Also, check the bushings for wear and such; now would be a good time to rebuild the distributor if it needs that.
I need to go find some kind of insulating wrap for the EGR tube, because otherwise it'll cook the fuel injection harness.
Then I turned my attention to the dirt bike. The cylinder is off and boxed up for a trip to the machine shop, whenever I may get around to it. It probably will not be tomorrow since I've got a doctor appointment in the morning, a therapy appointment in the afternoon, and Bible study in the evening.
...and on the same trip that I take the cylinder in for machining, I intend to take the scrap metal to the recycler. I've got iron and aluminum junk to get rid of. Whee!
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Nice and cool outside and I don't feel like being at the computer, so I think I'll go lay down or read or something.