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    Fizzle catch can ...On sho engine

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1490

    Cab you use this catch can on the sho engine ...


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    im pretty sure you can, im running a similar catch-can to the fizzle catch-can youll just have to make your own bracket to fit the sho/fz. i chose a see-thru can so you can run your ski with the drain shut off and see how much oil you collect.


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    catch can?

    Quote Originally Posted by 305coco View Post
    im pretty sure you can, im running a similar catch-can to the fizzle catch-can youll just have to make your own bracket to fit the sho/fz. i chose a see-thru can so you can run your ski with the drain shut off and see how much oil you collect.


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    i tried a catch can with the valve open and closed. both ways i had oil everywhere. coming out from the filter......
    can you tell me why it was doing that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet-Sen View Post
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1490

    Cab you use this catch can on the sho engine ...
    Jet-Sen, you can use the catch can on your SHO engine for sure. Just like coco says, you need to figure out how to mount it. If you leave a note in the comments section in the online store to remind me, I can include 2 different style brackets to give you more options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    Jet-Sen, you can use the catch can on your SHO engine for sure. Just like coco says, you need to figure out how to mount it. If you leave a note in the comments section in the online store to remind me, I can include 2 different style brackets to give you more options.
    Thanks Super...

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    also, the filter on the Fizzle catch can is a little more restrictive than the one that comes on the other breathers. this actually works as an advantage because the gases and vapors still get out freely, but more of the liquid gets trapped in the can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordon lasiter #328 View Post
    i tried a catch can with the valve open and closed. both ways i had oil everywhere. coming out from the filter......
    can you tell me why it was doing that?
    I had the same thing Gordon. Went back to the stock scavenger.

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    Are you guys removing the stock scavenger? I thought that thing was pretty efficient.

    If you want to run a catch can, why not hook it up to the outlet of the stock scavenger? That's what I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman View Post
    I had the same thing Gordon. Went back to the stock scavenger.
    thanks hitman......
    i am glad that i am not the only one having that problem.
    but, i am still trying to find out WHY it was doing that and/or WHAT was causing the issue.
    i did put the oem system back on with the riva breather filter.
    i was running moddest boost at that time with a C3-11 wheel.
    with the r2 reprogramming.
    but, this winter i am getting the r3 programming and upgrading to a C5 wheel. i hope that does not make the past issue with blowby worse.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordon lasiter #328 View Post
    i tried a catch can with the valve open and closed. both ways i had oil everywhere. coming out from the filter......
    can you tell me why it was doing that?

    i installed my catch-can at 10hrs with the motor stock and it blew oil out the breather aswell. my buddy installed one and the same thing happen, and another buddy of mine doesnt have a catch-can nor the oem scavenger and he has no oil spilling out i talked to dan about this and he told me the same thing we saw, some engines do it more than others and some dont.. heres his reply to the subject on another thread

    Quote Originally Posted by JD 1 View Post
    Hi Wave, if you have oil comign out of your filter it could be too high of oil level in you motor, or improper engine temps, or blow by caused by the motor not sealing 100%.

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