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    Saikou Michi Catch Can

    Full tilts guy- made to order. $105. They sent me a coupon for $20 off if anyone is interested, I will mail the savings to you.
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    looks interesting. Do you happen to have pictures of the baffling inside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OC_JAX View Post
    looks interesting. Do you happen to have pictures of the baffling inside?
    No... and I don't think there are any on his site. From what I could see looking in from the drain bung- it looks very well designed and constructed.

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    Ya, it looks well constructed. But I too wonder what's on the inside. Personally, I like what Waz did with his catch can mod (that thread is currently locked) as he showed a Pic and explained what it was all about. Maybe this one is the same conceptually? This catch can does look bigger than the stock one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john belton View Post
    Ya, it looks well constructed. But I too wonder what's on the inside. Personally, I like what Waz did with his catch can mod (that thread is currently locked) as he showed a Pic and explained what it was all about. Maybe this one is the same conceptually? This catch can does look bigger than the stock one.
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    So basically the drain is here if you want to clean ? because 1 inch to collect oil and it goes back to the engine after that.
    Did you install it in your ski? I had issue with an aftermarket one that was almost touching the belt tensioner.

    I like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olomana View Post
    So basically the drain is here if you want to clean ? because 1 inch to collect oil and it goes back to the engine after that.
    Did you install it in your ski? I had issue with an aftermarket one that was almost touching the belt tensioner.

    I like it!
    Crap can be drained whenever you like... but if it accumulates enough to reach the sump return... then back to the oil it goes. I wasn't too concerned about having the drain... but since he was building it- what the heck; maybe I'll even drain it once in a while !

    It fits good. I did change one acorn nut to a standard lock nut... the top one on the spring tensioner- just for a little more room. The stock acorn wasn't stainless or a locking nut, but it looked pretty.

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    Here's what I can see from the drain bung of the baffle... probably similar to what most catch can baffles look like... you can see the stainless mesh sandwich. Very similar to what Waz described using in his design.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vman View Post
    Crap can be drained whenever you like... but if it accumulates enough to reach the sump return... then back to the oil it goes. I wasn't too concerned about having the drain... but since he was building it- what the heck; maybe I'll even drain it once in a while !

    It fits good. I did change one acorn nut to a standard lock nut... the top one on the spring tensioner- just for a little more room. The stock acorn wasn't stainless or a locking nut, but it looked pretty.
    I removed my aftermarket oil catch can because it didn't have baffle in it... after jumping around the ski, oil was getting out via the top vent.... lol

    To get one like your, just e-mail him one order for the 300X ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olomana View Post
    I removed my aftermarket oil catch can because it didn't have baffle in it... after jumping around the ski, oil was getting out via the top vent.... lol

    To get one like your, just e-mail him one order for the 300X ?
    You can have him make the same one... or use Full tilts design, or tweak anything you want to make it work for your set up. He is very good with the e-mail correspondence and will send you a final drawing before he fabs it up.

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