27. Assembly... breather filter...

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27. Assembly... breather filter...

Post by Prof » Tue Apr 10, 2007 8:52 pm

Breather filter...
The Sporty breather as with many other bikes originally fed into the back of the aircleaner.... alright if you have a big aircleaner or want another long hose hanging around.

Our answer is NO to both of these and here's a nice tidy and good looking alternative...

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Remove breather fitting from gear case and keep it handy...

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Take original fittng to your local supplier of brass fittings eg any hydralulics place, or most tool places. Get a tapered brass fitting ½" 18TPI I think and...
A nicely chromed breather filter was purchased from AutoBahn for less than $10 rather than $50+ at bike shops!

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Use some thread tape to insert brass fitting. Slide filter over it and tighten clamp. Neat and tidy...and economical.
Chopit'nrideit... Prof

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