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Offline Jasonash

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Engine breather
« on: 08.05. 2018 22:06 »
Evening all just want to know why all ny inner timing covers have had the breather holes plugged up and my a7 one is plugged up but has a breather on rocker cover, is this the normal
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Re: Engine breather
« Reply #1 on: 08.05. 2018 23:55 »
Hi Jason,
Those plugs in the inner casing are to block the through drilling's that were part of the manufacturing machining
The breather outlet is on the drive side crankcase near the primary case, pointing downwards so not easily visible

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Re: Engine breather
« Reply #2 on: 09.05. 2018 06:14 »
The rocker cover breather is non-standard and really shouldn't be necessary.
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Re: Engine breather
« Reply #3 on: 09.05. 2018 12:27 »
^^^^^^^^
But a lot of us have'm.
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