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    is a catch can necessary?

    its a stock ski, stock everything.. i read somewhere that its only needed if you have an intake.. and then i read that you could usethen without an intake and itll be just as effective...

    can anyone give me the run down on these bad boys?


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    On a stock ski i would not worry about it,you can install one as it may or may not catch much...IMO i wouldnt waist the money on it till you start modifying your ski..

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    even after you start modifying you dont need a catch can, you can just use a crankcase breather filter

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    Quote Originally Posted by gOt BoOsT View Post
    even after you start modifying you dont need a catch can, you can just use a crankcase breather filter
    I wouldn't, just because of prior experience. If you get any little bit of blow by it's going to make a mess in the hull.

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    Ive been running that way for 50+ hours without issue...i get a drip or two every so often but thats about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gOt BoOsT View Post
    Ive been running that way for 50+ hours without issue...i get a drip or two every so often but thats about it.
    Same here. Never run em. I bought the fizzle catch and somehow lost it between my house and work. Just run a tiny filter on the end. Did it on my turbo honda ski too

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    I also run just a filter at the end of the hose
    Save ur $$$ and buy my Riva air intake

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    Quote Originally Posted by lazsrxp View Post
    I also run just a filter at the end of the hose
    Save ur $$$ and buy my Riva air intake
    How much do you want for the riva??

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    Check classify for pics
    Give me $160 + shipping + PayPal

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    Same here my local dealer put one on and said no catch can needed, just a filter. I have been riding that way for 50 hours or so and no blow! lol

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