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 Posted: 06-03-2005 05:02 pm
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Jim Ketcham


Joined: 03-13-2005
Location: Salt Point, New York USA
Posts: 198
Please remember that an important function of the "airbox" is to capture the liquid and let it drain back.  If you note the airbox is designed with its hose connector at its lowest point and flanged so as not to impede the return flow.  I do not think it is advisable to have the liquids enter the carburettor or drip out of the air cleaner into the engine bay.  I think to properly handle this function and still use K&N type filters you would have to use Judson's approach.