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    fuel in catchcan

    I installed my catch can last week. So after riding on the lake for a couple of hours this weekend I drained the can to see if anything was in it and what I got was about a tablespoon worth of what looked and smelled like .... 90% raw fuel and 10% oil. This suprised me ...Is it normal to have mostly gas in a catch can? If not what problem is that indicative of?.... sorry if this has been answered before.......thanks


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    Totally normal ... fuel vapors is what catch cans usually catch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern View Post
    Totally normal ... fuel vapors is what catch cans usually catch.

    awesome......thanks Vern

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    I Had the same thing happen to my ski.. Thank God it's normal..

    Thanks Vern

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