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  1. #1
    timoss91's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
    Gold Coast, Australia

    Fizzle Catch Can smoking

    Hey guys after my ride today I came home to flush my ski and noticed when it was running that the filter on top of the catch can was smoking.
    It is mounted underneath the glove compartment..
    Does this sound normal? Has anyone experienced something similar? If so what should I do?


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    2000 GPRXP 4tec shooter98xpl's Avatar
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    Dec 2005
    Charleston SC
    I've noticed that mine does the same, I am curious as well.

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    fx160's Avatar
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    Nov 2005
    gold coast australia
    that is normal
    it usualy goes back into the motor via the air intake
    thats why you put a catch can there instead
    if your old enough you will remeber when cars ran the breather straight to the atmosphere
    you used to see smoke coming out from the breather's on them
    it was usualy a pipe running to the botom of the motor

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    Jul 2010
    Melbourne AUS
    Mine does the same.

    Also has a small amount of clear liquid in it after a ride. I assume from condensation during storage?

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