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    an epic thread for sure. i'm learning more about sucking and blowing than i ever thought humanly possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunaticfringe View Post
    an epic thread for sure. i'm learning more about sucking and blowing than i ever thought possible.

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    Um..... Yep

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    C'mon John...they taught us all about going from suck to blow in Spaceballs!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnMAxANavKY
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWNJZrdn7i4

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    this thread is really a joke!!!!! Lol!!!!

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    Sneak Peek, ladies and gents!















    O-rings fit like a glove







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    Looks nice... Looks just like my ASB catch can. Are you attaching a air filter to the top as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ocgreenmachine View Post
    Looks nice... Looks just like my ASB catch can. Are you attaching a air filter to the top as well?
    Thanks! The stainless steel air filter is right on the back side of the catch can for clean and nice look, The catch can has baffle for vent hole to prevent moisture goes out, so no need to route air filter up.




    Here are more sneak peeks. Later I will share building process, so you can build your own catch can and make breather reroute.




















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    Positive crankcase ventilation.. needs to be connected to a negative pressure area of engine. Could be but not limited to, throttle body, carbuerator, spacer under carb, upper intake plenum, lower intake plenum, airboxes. And if the machine did not come with a PCV system, it doesn't need one. They are very important to have functioning properly. And i see this a lot with these buells, making goofy breather systems to catch oil... from all my years of wrenching you shouldn't be filling up jugs with oil blow by.. I left my PCV hoses in the stock location on my buell, and when I clean my filter there is not one drop of oil on the plastic below my filter.

    I have been reading debates on this for a while and the buell community is the most vocal on PCV issues. I just needed to add my 2 cents.. now fellow forum members rip me apart..lolol

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    Is will work just fine. But according Drummer website you have to drain that catch can each refuelling.


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