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    RXP-X Strainer and Catch Can Install

    First Two photos are of exhaust i made from a Riva Free Flow and stock exit tube. Was tired of having to deal with the tube coming up in the way of everything.

    the following photos are of the PITA strainer install and easy catch can install....

    as you can see i used part of the original crank case intake vent tube to go from the pump inlet to the strainer, fit perfect! the original tube coming from the pump and t fitting to the front of the Exhaust manifold was just to short to go where i needed it to go so all we had to buy was some hose clamps and about 5ft of 3/4" ID hose. I routed the new hose from the manifold back to the OE T fitting which went to the IC and Strainer. So if you go backwards its just like factory:

    1: Pump Inlet
    2: Strainer
    3: T-Fitting
    A: Intercooler
    B: Front of Exhaust manifold

    everything else is the same, worked out perfectly.

    The catch can was even easier. Drilled a hole in the OE IC mount and used the bracket Jaz gives you when you buy just the catch can, (the ski owner didnt want to pay for the riva kit, this cost less than half their price) As for connecting the tube, i used the other section of the original crank case intake vent tube, fits perfect!!!

    the strainer isnt mounted because its so cramed the by the time the SC to IC plumbing is in its not moving.
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    Damn that's sweet! can you do that to mine?

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    NICE! But how are you gonna get to the bottom of the catch can to drain it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    NICE! But how are you gonna get to the bottom of the catch can to drain it?
    it is reachable...

    i think this is just temperary till seasons over anyway, when i make a IC relocation kit and rear air for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by meeper View Post
    it is reachable...

    i think this is just temperary till seasons over anyway, when i make a IC relocation kit and rear air for it


    AH....I see.

    I mounted mine up front, fromthe bottom of the original stock V support bracket that bolts ot the bottom of the steering, it help the original airtube...

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    like this
    What's the tape above the strainer for?

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    Looks nice
    But think about to change your Zip Ties, on the venturie system!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elbchecker View Post
    Looks nice
    But think about to change your Zip Ties, on the venturie system!
    nah, dude i have 140hrs on my stock bailer system no issues, if it aint broke dont fit it, BET!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithKman View Post
    What's the tape above the strainer for?
    all that duct tape on my skis is to keep my arms from getting loaded with fiber glass when working on skis.

    Meeper nice setup on the stock setup. I cound never figure out for the life of me where that graco would have gone except in the front of the ski with stock setup.

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