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    BLACK MAGIC HEADERS hydrojunkie's Avatar
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    20 dollar catch can

    here is my 20 buck catch can. these items can be found in your local hardware store.

    3/4 t all female ends
    3/4 plug
    3/4 npt to 3/4 barb
    3/4 to 1/2 inch barb
    ss filter found at pep boys
    works great unscrew end and unwanted fluid comes out.
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    AKA: Larry lafjax's Avatar
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    Looks good!! Be sure to check it after every ride, I get about 1/4 cup of gunk after a day of riding. You don't want it to fill up.

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    that breather looks kinda small, does it atleast have a 3/4 in inlet?
    you don`t want to restrict crankase pressures...PR...

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    BLACK MAGIC HEADERS hydrojunkie's Avatar
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    the breather was all i could find.it's 1/2 in inlet

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydrojunkie View Post
    the breather was all i could find.it's 1/2 in inlet
    try and find a breather that fits into the Ol PCV grommet on the older cars way back when...
    Pep Boys has those, or go to the speed shop and get a K&N for 3/4...PR...

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    BLACK MAGIC HEADERS hydrojunkie's Avatar
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    will do. hey didyou know that the xpl steering nozzle works mint on our boats.tried it today. turnsway bettercause its longer, and also 1.5 mm wider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydrojunkie View Post
    will do. hey didyou know that the xpl steering nozzle works mint on our boats.tried it today. turnsway bettercause its longer, and also 1.5 mm wider.
    Dude def post a pic of that steering nozzle and what year ski it came off of! ...PR...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    that breather looks kinda small, does it atleast have a 3/4 in inlet?
    you don`t want to restrict crankase pressures...PR...
    I agree. the body you are using is small also. what will happen is it(crankcase smegma) will come out of the breather and drip down to the bottom of the hull.

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    um... yes... very interesting.

    more info and pics with that steering nozzle please... i'm gonna have to look into this tomorrow, i think some XPL in the yard might be losing a steering nozzle! lol

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    i dont even run a catch can.. no breather, no filter, no nothing... lol

    my tops valve is just chillen out in the open air, yum

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