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Old 10-24-2017, 08:07 PM
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Default Crankcase breathers?

Hey everyone. New to the site but I need a little help. I have a 1980 CB900C. The one with the weird gear setup. Anyway I just put pod filters on it and removed the old airbox but the two breather tubes for the crankcase were kind of just hanging around. I finally bought a tiny pod filter for the one and routed the other into the old catch box (I'm assuming that's what it is. The little black box under the battery that was hooked up to the airbox) and it looked really really nice. Sadly when I rode it the little pod filter wound up soaking with oil and all in all not being very useful. I was just wondering what else I could do with it that would still look good. I've seen other posts about just using a tube and routing it up above the carbs and then putting the filter on that but I really don't think that would look good. Anyone have any ideas of other filters or systems I could use?
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