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    jd catch can

    what do you do with the original hose that is attached where the catch can is going?block it off?

    thanks Rod


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    You pull the entire stock oil scavenger box off, with that hose attached to it, and throw it in the box with all the rest of the stock parts you are no longer using. Then attach the JD catch can hose to the valve cover and and drain back tube to the little crankcase fitting. The install takes all of about 5 minutes or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman View Post
    You pull the entire stock oil scavenger box off, with that hose attached to it, and throw it in the box with all the rest of the stock parts you are no longer using. Then attached the JD catch can hose to the valve cover and and drain back tube to the little crankcase fitting. The install takes all of about 5 minutes or less.
    First I've ever hear that the entire oil scavenger is removed prior to this install. Must be skimming and not reading...

    Is this still available through the GH store?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5001craig View Post
    First I've ever hear that the entire oil scavenger is removed prior to this install. Must be skimming and not reading...

    Is this still available through the GH store?
    I don't see it in teh GH store, but I believe you can order right here: https://www.jetdraft.net/store/produ...products_id=93

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    Attachment 210685

    Heres what i did

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    hitman,what did you do with the other hose off the scavenger box that goes up front to the intake?

    thanks Rod

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    It is not used. Then you'll need to block off the little hole in the intake as well. I run JD's intake as well so that took care of that little fitting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bakatare View Post
    Attachment 210685

    Heres what i did
    Do you get any mess all over the place??

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    Nope filter is dry, if you open the box up & look in side it would take some doing to get the oil up to the filter.

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    Anyone think the vacuum scavenger should have a vacuum that comes from the intake (for sealing the crankcase)?

    Only reason I ask is because I hooked mine back up this spring (along with other mods including re-installing the thermostat) and my GIO disappeared.

    I know this has been discussed at length in the past.

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