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Thread: Breather Reroute

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    Ok Guys and Girls I have a 2010XB12R and have been reading about the breather reroute and catch can. Do I really need this mod? What exactly does it help with and finally I read that someone said a remap would need to be done. I am running a preprogramed EBR ECM, K&N and a Drummer SS. A little insight would be great. Thanks.

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    here ya go
    http://www.buellxb.com/Buell-XB-Foru...oute-Questions

    For re-map I am bout to work with a member named "theoctopus" here is a link to some info that we were just talking about
    http://www.buellxb.com/Buell-XB-Foru...-Flame-suit-on

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    Thanks Jakestolar, looks pretty cut and dry.

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    It is. Mine is a bit different tho. I have no filter or catch can. Just a small piece of tubing that drips on my exhaust

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    I highly reccomend it I did it a few weeks ago and it runs way smoother, I didn't notice a power increase but its definetly worth. Oh and I didn't need a remap.

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    I did it on my 04 12r and ended up removing it after a while because I never got any of the drainage that most get....... My hose's were just as clean inside when I removed them as they were when I installed them.

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    waste of time and money imo

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    Freak and anrkizm are right I had mine on for a year with no fluid ever in the hose, and it made no difference in how it performed anything, if it runs fine from the jump there is no need for it. I did it because I was trying to hit 160 with no luck.

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    I was trying to hit 160 with no luck
    lmao

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    I did it on my 04 12r and ended up removing it after a while because I never got any of the drainage that most get....... My hose's were just as clean inside when I removed them as they were when I installed them
    it has a lot to do with how much humidity is in the air, if its really dry, like here in texas, mine drains very little if any at all--------------i can attest that it DID GET RIDE OF THE hiccup @ around 80 or so while cruising, other than that, it just lets the crankcase breath and get cleaner air....thats pretty much it



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