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    What are the parts needed to build a 4" intake for the RXP-X?

    Are these the parts I need?

    Kanaflex 620WD
    http://www.dultmeier.com/products/search/1714

    Spectre 9735
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000CPZUY4

    Spectre 8718 Chrome Air Intake Tube
    http://www.amazon.com/Spectre-8718-C...8832435&sr=1-7

    R&D 4" Supercharger Adapter
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=641

    What about clamps? Anything else or different? Thanks.


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    You can substitute 4in Sewer drainage hose from Lowes etc for the spectre connector. You might try advance auto if you have one local and possibly save a bit on the Spectre as well.
    They sell it in like 10ft sections but you can get them to cut you a piece.

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    or you can just buy fizzles kit complete through the online store


    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1160

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    Yeah, I'd like to get an idea of what it would cost to build my own as well.

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    Who has used fizzles kit on the X?? Is a catch can required?? I was told that a catch can is absolutely needed, yes, no , maybe???? I dont even know what the purpose of a "catch can " is?????

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    you can also make your own catch can to save you $$$

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    Quote Originally Posted by MONSTERMATT View Post
    Who has used fizzles kit on the X?? Is a catch can required?? I was told that a catch can is absolutely needed, yes, no , maybe???? I dont even know what the purpose of a "catch can " is?????
    I have the Fizzle kit on my RXPX.

    No, a catch can is not required, but alot of people run them. ( I dont )

    A catch can is designed to "catch" the blowby from the engine that is normally routed back into the air intake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MONSTERMATT View Post
    Who has used fizzles kit on the X?? Is a catch can required?? I was told that a catch can is absolutely needed, yes, no , maybe???? I dont even know what the purpose of a "catch can " is?????
    With a Fizzle air intake kit the catch can is required.

    The stock crank case ventilation normally plumbs into the stock air intake. In the case of the aftermarket air intake that port is no longer there so we use a catch can to vent the engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    With a Fizzle air intake kit the catch can is required.

    The stock crank case ventilation normally plumbs into the stock air intake. In the case of the aftermarket air intake that port is no longer there so we use a catch can to vent the engine.
    I just drilled a hole in the Fizzle adapter from the Specter to the Kanaflex. Found a rubber gromet the right size and plummed the stock hose back into the adapter. No catch can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyheb View Post
    I just drilled a hole in the Fizzle adapter from the Specter to the Kanaflex. Found a rubber gromet the right size and plummed the stock hose back into the adapter. No catch can.
    Troy, that works well but over time you will find that your intercooler gets a light coating of oil on it making it less efficient.

    On the big power skis with external intercoolers you will benefit from running a catch can and keeping your intercooler clean.

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