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Hmm... tats an idea.....

Will try that next time.... but 1st.. to find the marble

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For me I try to stick to roughly the same spot below my block at the void deck... it may not be completely flat, but at least it's pretty consistent....

 

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Clear signal light cover nice right!! Too bad my K3 is orange wan..

 

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This is very useful, I've already got half the solution installed (the long PVC pipe), now all I need is the brass/metal piece to cool the vapours or maybe use a metal container instead. :thumb:

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The oil isn't so much vaporized with heat, more like a fine mist from agitation. Foam with the large internal surface area will help to trap it. Cotton fabric like those in K&N filter also works. Hope this helps.

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Thanks again for the tip!

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Great tip..... but i was looking more to collecting back the mist before it reaches the air box so that i can route back the collected oil back to the engine oil area. Good to collect the oil back before it gets routed back to the airbox but you'll still lose the oil if its collected on a foam as you can't route it back to the engine.

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Actually I think the foam will still work, cos once it is saturated with oil, the oil should be able to gather and flow back into crankcase via the breather tube.

 

Of course have to set it up so that the container for the oil is located higher for the oil to flow back.

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Yah... but for the foam to soak up it might already take up alot of the oil... and foam that is completely soaked would probably not allow air to flow that freely.....

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Hmmm think the air will still be able to flow out and escape and speed of airflow is not that important compared to the air intake. If not then use do a simple kind like the italian website design, an empty container.

 

Intially I kept thinking of ways to route the gases back to the airbox, minus the oil. After seeing the website, I realised it's not really necessary, just seal up the airbox opening for the breather tube and provide a place for the gases to escape.

 

Think I'll pop down to FS to check out their oil 'breather' tank soon.

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if the breather tube goes back to the airbox den the air should be able to flow..

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Hmmm think the air will still be able to flow out and escape and speed of airflow is not that important compared to the air intake. If not then use do a simple kind like the italian website design, an empty container.

 

Intially I kept thinking of ways to route the gases back to the airbox, minus the oil. After seeing the website, I realised it's not really necessary, just seal up the airbox opening for the breather tube and provide a place for the gases to escape.

 

Think I'll pop down to FS to check out their oil 'breather' tank soon.

 

Well, if you route it out a portion of the mist would escape to the environment which i extremely polluting, not to mention it will dirty your bike... imagine your bike becoming a 2 stroke krr with 2t all over...... :angry:

 

If using foam, imagine your kitchen sink... if you put alot of rubbish and turn on the tap, the rubbish gets stuck at the sink hole and in turn the water takes a long time to flow. This in turn means a pressure build up on the crankcase vent which is not very good either.

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hmmm then how to solve....? :help:

 

I was thinking one of the reason for the excessive oil consumption could also be the airbox is 'sucking' the vapours... due to the air intake and all...

 

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hmmm then how to solve....? :help:

 

I was thinking one of the reason for the excessive oil consumption could also be the airbox is 'sucking' the vapours... due to the air intake and all...

 

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Well, to me the idea scenario would be to have something cool the mist and collect it before its able to go back to the airbox. That would mean having a bottle which is of a lower temp enough to condense the mist and collect them. So its either you have a fan blowing to cool it or have multiple fins like the radiator to get rid of heat.

 

Still waiting for my test bottle to arrive though....

 

Then inside you need something that does not absorb the oil. Something like a metal filter or like steel wool. It can trap oil and not absorb it. Hence air can still flow but the oil will be trapped and drip to the bottom of the bottle.

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Then inside you need something that does not absorb the oil. Something like a metal filter or like steel wool. It can trap oil and not absorb it. Hence air can still flow but the oil will be trapped and drip to the bottom of the bottle.

 

That's why the first solution that William posted use a fuel filter.. Can get those car fuel filter..

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What do they look like? i've never seen them before...

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Clear signal light cover nice right!! Too bad my K3 is orange wan..

 

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Oh ya, I saw a black K7 OTR at Yishun.. Uncle riding.. Nice!!

 

 

 

ya its nice lor..mine is orange oso..haiz...future scootering say need to inmport the white onesif i need it

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ya its nice lor..mine is orange oso..haiz...future scootering say need to inmport the white onesif i need it

 

if u change maybe I could buy ur orange ones.. mine a bit crack inside.. see how la..Cos thinking of moulding the head fairing with the signal covers together, den put some LED turn signals.. Need to ask how much first..

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if u change maybe I could buy ur orange ones.. mine a bit crack inside.. see how la..Cos thinking of moulding the head fairing with the signal covers together, den put some LED turn signals.. Need to ask how much first..

 

i wanted to full mod oso..bt need a quation fm future:cry:

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Err.. No la.. more like this

 

http://webhost1.inspire.net.nz/~alphaspr/MIVEC/gallery/intake_fuel_filter.jpg

 

You can get those at LAB.. But I read in car forums that Proton Wira's filter works really well for DIY oil catch tank.. But I never see b4..

 

Here's wat u might find at LAB

 

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See.. if cover nice right.. But this wan i anyhow photoshop wan la..

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ah... i see i see! :sweat:

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