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    2010 RXT-X260 4" Fizzle intake. Hose placement!

    Hey guys I am looking at buying a 4" Fizzle intake system for my RXT X 260 and was wondering where the hose that used to go to the top of the Factory air box goes to? This is probably a dumb question but I was just wondering! Thanks!


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    you need to add an external catch can breather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zone 5 View Post
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    does not have to be anything fancy neither you can even use a coke can to catch the fluids

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    @zone 5 Does yours sit high than the vent valve? I thought it had to be even or lower.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckmoto View Post
    @zone 5 Does yours sit high than the vent valve? I thought it had to be even or lower.


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    has to be even or lower than the engine, I like mine with a small down slope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckmoto View Post
    @zone 5 Does yours sit high than the vent valve? I thought it had to be even or lower.
    Its right about even to where the stock one was I think. When I bring it out next spring, I'm going to lower it down some as I think its a bit high

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    I wish someone would make a GRIMMSPEED style Air/oil seperator which is zero maintenance.
    The only issue is the water/fuel that is trapped is recycled into the engine oil.

    http://www.grimmspeed.com/catalog/pr...roducts_id=191

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    Quote Originally Posted by nlpnrxt1 View Post
    Hey guys I am looking at buying a 4" Fizzle intake system for my RXT X 260 and was wondering where the hose that used to go to the top of the Factory air box goes to? This is probably a dumb question but I was just wondering! Thanks!

    Most of us use Riva's Catch Can from online store.

    Pro's: Clear container to see any fluid immediately, qaulity product, perfect mount on manifold. Cons: Too expensive!

    Fizzle has one also, but you can't see through it.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=453

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