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    Does it matter that my catch can is higher then the engine?

    I have my catch can mounted in the rear of the ski above the motor. I see the Riva kit mounts it low by the valve cover. Does it matter?

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    supposed to be leveled from the house outlet, if not there is no point of a catch can cause all will slide back into the engine.

    this is mine
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    Ok. guess I'll be moving it then

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    Mike Lets ride!!! Give me a call! I need to come see you also!

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