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Calvert

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Morning,

I'm going down the custom path, and have removed the airbox for some custom air pods... That leaves me with three pipes which used to connect to the airbox and come together in a small chamber within the airbox it's self.

I believe they are Crank Case breathers.... (if not what are they)?

can someone suggest what i could possibly li

nk them up with? what are they needed for? and what solution would best suit finishing them off now I have no Airbox?

Thanks

Chris

    

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It would be really cool if we knew what model and year your bike is.


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Inge K.

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Place a small filter on the rearmost spigot (crankcase breather), be prepared
to a lot of dirt in this area.

The other two you can blind.....air/gas return and oil return.

To avoid the dirt (and filter), you can connect the air/gas return and crankcase
together but then you need a PCV valve in between, search more about this on
the K11OG forum.



Last edited by Inge K. on Sat Oct 15, 2016 8:23 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : schpell.....sjpe......blame the beer.)


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Calvert

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Point-Seven-five wrote:It would be really cool if we knew what model and year your bike is.

I have a 1989 K100RS 8V - seems it was imported from Germany

    

Inge K.

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Calvert wrote: I have a 1989 K100RS 8V

The pictures in the first post is from a 16V.


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Calvert

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Yep, my mistake. It is a 16v

    

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Then it is a -90 year model cheers .


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Calvert

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Can you please tell me what blind means?

and will it have an affect on the engine operation?

    

RicK G

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Block them with a plug of sorts


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