EDIT: My original post was a total rookie maneuver. The FSM isn't the most helpful when it comes to these lines and I hadn't seen Dan Huysman's generously provided diagrams yet. That said, there's still a lot of broken images in the archives and I hope my sharing these pictures will help others in the future. I've edited this post to be more a sharing of my findings than cry for help (you guys have been more than helpful lately, I need to ramp up giving back).
EDIT: Yellow-striped hose. Maybe goes to "DASHPOT THROTTLE OPENER?" (Whatever the heck THAT is!)
EDIT: It looks like this one (on the manifold joint) is supposed to go to a barb on the bottom of the aircan on the far side.
EDIT: Shortie coming off the intake manifold behind the throttle cables is still a poseur.
EDIT: (3) capped lines on the driver's side of the carb. None of the diagrams I've found seem to match the lay-of-the-land, so I'm still searching.
EDIT: Larger, black doo-dad is the THERMO-VALVE. It's supposed to have vacuum on the one side. Seems strange to me, as I would expect more of a filter on it to keep dust and crap from being ingested and clogging the system, but I'm no engineer. To the left is the broken THERMO-SWITCHPORTS. I suspect this works much like the one on my Galants; if the engine is overheating, the thermo-valve/switch disables the AC to prevent catastrophe. Correct?
EDIT: DEVICE BOX on driver fender. It looks like I have hoses connected to this box everywhere I should. The solenoid bolted to the box is missing one of its hoses, but I think that solenoid is listed in the FSM. Once I know what it is, they Huysman diagrams should set me straight.
An old school Mitsubishi friend of mine down under is going to be hitting the junkyards on ANZAC Day tomorrow, keeping an eye out for 2.6 Magna MFI intake manifolds. If he can find a couple, I think I'm going to get them sent this way. Jonboyb's fuel injection story is pretty inspiring and I suspect the long runners on this manifold would be an even sweeter torque boost. In the meantime, however, I want to get my carby setup ship-shape.
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