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    Oil Catch Can, real Benefits?



    How many of you guys are using these and are they a must have item? I know Riva makes one too, thanks again for your input.

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    Yes, there are real benefits and these are a must have on any supercharged/intercooled ski. Lots of info here
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=245355



    Fizzle/GRF Stainless Steel Catch Can for 2006+ Sea Doo

    With the help of GRF Racing we're bringing you this premium grade 316 stainless steel can that mounts conveniently to your engine. This catch can...
    FF-SD-CC-0002 $129.00


    RIVA Sea-Doo 4-TEC Catch Can/Engine Breather Kit

    Easy to install catch can/oil breather eliminates power-robbing crankcase fumes and oil vapor from your engine's air intake. Increases horsepower by...
    RS19050-BCC-2 $149.95


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    WoW! Shouldn’t these already be preinstalled on a 20K machine? And the answer to that would be, they need to lower costs to be more competitive. WTF. Pisses me off to see these things.

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    what was your question again ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm37 View Post
    WoW! Shouldn’t these already be preinstalled on a 20K machine? And the answer to that would be, they need to lower costs to be more competitive. WTF. Pisses me off to see these things.

    catch can’s are not installed from the factory so that the skis meet emission requirements

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    Does the Fizzle come with all the items like the Riva for install and from the photos i seen on the mounting location, how easy is it to drain the tank?

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    From what I’ve read, it’s much easier to drain on the fizzle than on the Riva.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barry1976 View Post
    Does the Fizzle come with all the items like the Riva for install and from the photos i seen on the mounting location, how easy is it to drain the tank?
    I put a 90 degree ball valve on my GRF rather than the screw in valve.

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    Can you put up a pic to see, thanks

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    My only worry would be about making the inside of my hull stink like gas. I don't know this from personal experience but have read about it. Can someone confirm or deny?


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