FAO Rich Newton. Bugpack Crank Breather

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FAO Rich Newton. Bugpack Crank Breather

Postby Gunslinger » 08 Jun 2010, 07:35

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Drilled 2 holes to rear tinware to secure breather. Cut hose to length and fitted, there is plenty of hose in kit. Hose's to rocker covers fit neatly down the rear corners between the engine seal and engine compartment.

I'll be doing the rocker cover bits at the weekend and will include a pic of these once done.

Hope it helps but seriously it was so simple and took less than 10 minutes to do this bit.

Take a look at Bus Stopover if you need a closer look.
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Re: FAO Rich Newton. Bugpack Crank Breather

Postby richnewton » 09 Jun 2010, 19:05

Gunslinger wrote:Image

Drilled 2 holes to rear tinware to secure breather. Cut hose to length and fitted, there is plenty of hose in kit. Hose's to rocker covers fit neatly down the rear corners between the engine seal and engine compartment.

I'll be doing the rocker cover bits at the weekend and will include a pic of these once done.

Hope it helps but seriously it was so simple and took less than 10 minutes to do this bit.

Take a look at Bus Stopover if you need a closer look.


you tease :mrgreen: looking good, be nice to lose that thin mist of oil off the engine :wink:
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Re: FAO Rich Newton. Bugpack Crank Breather

Postby kevtherev » 09 Jun 2010, 19:30

doesn't look as cool as the beer can method :D
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