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    New Oil Contamination Management System "OCMS"

    This is an extremely simple and effective system that will maximize the flow out of the crankcase and provide an easy mess free way to drain collected fluids and eliminates condensed fluid from returning to the oil pan which would contanimate your oil.

    2007 kits are here
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=900



    The 2008 kits are here
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=901




    Both kits are available for immediate delivery. No waiting!

    This product is drop shipped by the manufacturer. Priority Mail shipping cost is $9.30 for domestic, $23.95 Canada/MEX, $38.95 for rest of world

    Installation instructions are here:
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=61267
    Thanks,
    Jerry
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    Any

    How do you put these on ?

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    Looking fwd to good results with this kit.

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    Hi Guys, well this is it. Hope you like it.

    It is only available through Green Hulk's online store: 4Tec Performance as he linked above.

    Halfassjack and I have tested this concept dating back to February. You may remember both of us have 07 250X models. We both have consistantly drained anywhere from 4 - 6 oz. of condensed liquid per ride (2/3 - 3/4 tankfull of Gas) - this would have wound up in our oil pan if not for this system. Some of you have tested the same basic concept with hardware store items to further support while this system was being machined. This system makes it easy to cap the drain line to oil pan and affix to the engine to keep it secured, as well, make it very easy to drain the catch can.

    I personally did not feel that I had a problem with GIO, however, my oil is alot better than before.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gj#6 View Post
    How do you put these on ?
    On an '08, it is extremely simple and quick since you don't need a crankcase fitting - less than 15 minutes for the average Joe with a basic screwdriver. See pic below for now, we'll post up the instructions well before you get your order.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dubz1 View Post
    Looking fwd to good results with this kit.
    You will be happy my friend!
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    Oil

    looks go so how do u drain the catch can
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    an '08, it is extremely simple and quick since you don't need a crankcase fitting - less than 15 minutes for the average Joe with a basic screwdriver. See pic below for now, we'l

    How about the 2007 models? Is it more difficult to install? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gj#6 View Post
    looks go so how do u drain the catch can
    The part with the red knob is a valve. You can simply put a canister of your choice under the spigot, open the valve and drain.

    Quote Originally Posted by rhorne1053 View Post
    an '08, it is extremely simple and quick since you don't need a crankcase fitting - less than 15 minutes for the average Joe with a basic screwdriver. See pic below for now, we'l

    How about the 2007 models? Is it more difficult to install? Thanks
    The 07 system includes the cranckcase fitting to maximize the flow out of the case which is also pretty simple to do.

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    Crankcase fitting

    Quote Originally Posted by earthshaker View Post
    The part with the red knob is a valve. You can simply put a canister of your choice under the spigot, open the valve and drain.



    The 07 system includes the cranckcase fitting to maximize the flow out of the case which is also pretty simple to do.
    I assume you take the current line off of the catch can where it goes
    into the oil pan and put that new T type fitting? This is all pretty much
    screw and unscrew?

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    Cap with RD kit

    Can this be used in an 07 if the R&D Vapor Kit is already installed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomgtv View Post
    I assume you take the current line off of the catch can where it goes
    into the oil pan and put that new T type fitting? This is all pretty much
    screw and unscrew?
    Tom it is not a tee it is a valve. It is a drain valve for the bottom of the catch can that is easy, clean and fast to use. See earthshakers pics above.


    Quote Originally Posted by jrosson View Post
    Can this be used in an 07 if the R&D Vapor Kit is already installed?
    Yes. Our 07 system contains a billet crankcase fitting that maximizes flow out of the crankcase. The r&d kit did not address this issue.

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