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Incase anyone was wondering, they dont fit in the billet s/e rocker supports.Seems to work just fine though, havent had any problems with them, just be sure to use the new bolts.
About the screamin eagle breathers..I had a problem with the new style stamper breathers fiting with the s/e rocker supports. Had to modify so they would even bolt down.
Quote from: TXCHOP on Wednesday, July 25, 2012. 05:15:57 PM.About the screamin eagle breathers..I had a problem with the new style stamper breathers fiting with the s/e rocker supports. Had to modify so they would even bolt down. Me too, but the newer versions now clear.
Hey TXCHOP, I talked to HPI today and they are sending me new larger Breathers, I think they knowthey have a problem. I'll post up photos when I get the new ones. Did your modifiedHPI Breathers fix the problem??We'll take a closer look at the stamped HD breathers in the morning, I don't remember therebeing a clearance problem but maybe I missed it.Thanks for the feedback.Mark
Umbrellas in ass backwards??Max
But when you guys take parts from the bags they come it look at them don't just put them in the way they come out of the bags.
Did I miss something about the lack of crankcase scavenging/wet sumping issue, or the incorrect breathing caused the build-up? I thought the oil pressure looked good. Seems that much pressure could have ruined the crankshaft seal (primary side). Hopefully not!!
OK, Checking container under the crank plug there was a couple oz's fromthat area after sitting for a hour and a half. Talking to a friend he said to check the breathers we put on. Both HPIbreathers hold vacuum when applied and they both allow air to go intothe engine when blown on. We are running the new updated Harley metalbreathers, new ones put in during rebuild. We did get a couple burps from the transmission vent hose while riding, so we arelooking at crankcase pressure problem forcing the oil out into the primary??Time to talk to HPI???
Well, there's your problem. Breathers should let air out of the engine and not allow air back in.Ron
Quote from: rbabos on Monday, October 08, 2012. 05:01:15 PM.Well, there's your problem. Breathers should let air out of the engine and not allow air back in.RonMessage 42Max
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