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    Question Fizzle Install ???

    Insalling the 4" fizzle, what do I do with the engine breather hose, I dont have a catch can.
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    You can make one, buy a Riva, I can make you one, or you can tap into the intake hose. I plan on having one available in the online store soon.

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    I would seriously consider making or purchasing a C/C...after the first time you drain it and see the crap that comes out of it you will know why.......use the instructions on this forum to make one...easy and cheap....if you really don't want one....then you may be able to put a slit in the side of the Kanaflex and inert it there...However i would not recommend this as i would think that this will compromise the intake

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    You can drill and tap the adapter that goes between the air filter and the kanaflex. Stick a 3/4" barb x whichever size thread you decide fitting in and call it a day. If there's not enough material to thread into you could try to 'glue' it in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    You can drill and tap the adapter that goes between the air filter and the kanaflex. Stick a 3/4" barb x whichever size thread you decide fitting in and call it a day. If there's not enough material to thread into you could try to 'glue' it in.
    I was thinking about a rubber grommet in the adapter and use ths stock hose fitting

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    Is there a good reason to not just have it sitting there in the hull once you remove it from the stock intake?

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    yeah all the crappy oil and fuel mix that is gonna now be sitting in the bottom of ur hull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyheb View Post
    I was thinking about a rubber grommet in the adapter and use ths stock hose fitting
    I don't remember what the stock fitting looks like, it's been so long, but I'm willing to bet it'd work out. Let me know if you need anything.

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