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    anyone make a oil catch can for there sho/fzr?

    im thinking about plugin my air inlet hose on the intake and making a catch can anyone have pics or ideas of how they went about making one?


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    i bought one from JAZ products and made my own bracket out of a $5 sheet of aluminum from ace harware. ill post pics later.

    http://jazproducts.com/breather_tanks.html

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    I plumbed a Groco strainer into mine. I left it connected to the intake, though. The warm gasses condense in the strainer into basically an oily water. I like mine connected to the intake for the small amount of vacuum (been discussed here in the past).

    Just my .02.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5001craig View Post
    I plumbed a Groco strainer into mine. I left it connected to the intake, though. The warm gasses condense in the strainer into basically an oily water. I like mine connected to the intake for the small amount of vacuum (been discussed here in the past).

    Just my .02.
    u have any pics of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wave15stx View Post
    u have any pics of it?
    Not the best but it shows the plumbing going aft to the aluminum support between the two seats where the strainer is mounted. Then the plumbing goes forward and can be seen as well. Note that the clear plastic sight glass is removed in the pic and you are only seeing the top or the nylon strainer head. This pic was taken in the middle of wiring the LC-1.



    This is a pretty good pic showing the plumbing crossing-over the engine then going forward to the intake. The wiring for the LC-1 is complete and looks a bit better.


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    jaz products catch can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 305coco View Post
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    nice n clean man u plug the intake up or u never had a air inlet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wave15stx View Post
    nice n clean man u plug the intake up or u never had a air inlet?
    thanks, never had one im running kanaflex for an intake, but if your using the rubber elbow for a intake or the riva intake you can just plug it.

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    where is ur crankcase?

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