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    Help on installing a crankcase ventelator kit

    Hey everyone, my neighbor gave me a brand new Seadoo RXP 215 crankcase ventelator kit for my ski the other day, and I have no clue on where or how to install it, or even if it is worth putting it on my ski. I have the 07 rxp with a few little upgrades, and plan on doing more this winter. Please help out if you can, or send pics. I tried looking in the how to section, but could not find anything. Thanks everyone!


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    Most riders use it in combination with an aftermarket airfilter.

    If you have a riva or a kanaflex setup you can place one.

    The original crankcase ventilator hose,is connected to the oem air inlet.

    It 's on the right side of the fueltank ,its a small hose that's connected below in the engine compartiment.

    The crankcase ventilator kit you have must be installed on the engine where the crankcase ventilator hose is connected.

    Get the oem hose off ,and place the kit instead of it.

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    Sounds good, I will take a look at it again and see what I can do. Thanks for your help. If anyone has a pic handy please let me know.

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    Here's a picture from the on-line store.
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    Thanks for the pic, one thing is I do not have that plastic bottle with my kit, all thats there is a short black hose and a filter, am I needing more or do I have the right thing? Thanks

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    This is what I have. sorry the pic is so small

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    That is a pic I found, is that the right way of doing it, and is it worth putting it on my ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP85 View Post
    This is what I have. sorry the pic is so small
    Dude... how do you even take a picture that small Anyway... if you don't have the can, you will be blowing oil and gas into your hull

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    Sorry for the small pic hope this is better ha. Is it ok to do this?

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    The filter kit that I have is the exact same as this guy has in the pic, is that ok to do that to my ski? 07 rxp

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