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Brutetherapy2010-08-11 15:50:47 +0000 #1
Ok so im trying to figure out what needs to be done to the air box and carbs as far as sealing and venting goes. Let me know if i have this right.

Crank vent needs routed to pod and hole (air box)needs silicone ?

Is there two tees off the carbs that need teed then ran to the pod ?

I can see one hose that runs from the carbs and sits right next to the overflow bottle is this one of them ?

The vent running into the airbox and back out needs to be removed and hole needs silicone ?

The drain hose without a plug needs to be removed and hole needs sealed ?

Its kinda hard to tell from the parts diagram with the exploded view, can some one circle the hoses i need to vent on the carb diagram.

Im this much closer to letting her eat. Im a moron sorry !
Polaris4252010-08-11 16:01:24 +0000 #2
*Dont worry about the drain hose leave it alone, it's plugged, you might need it one day.

*The carb vents should be ran together into a little white canister in front of the airbox.

*The tube dropping down by the overflow bottle is the carb drain dont bother it.

*The crank vent can be re-routed w/ a filter on the end (needs one of those little baby K&N filters on the end to keep dust out) and the hole sealed up on the airbox.

*The duckbill on the bottom of the airbox needs to be filled w/ silicon too, or removed and plugged.

I also remove the crappy lid gasket and silion my lid shut. I made a drain out of some tubing and a little valve, that I attached where the duck bill was. For emergencies.
Brutetherapy2010-08-11 16:09:41 +0000 #3
"Dont worry about the drain hose leave it alone, it's plugged, you might need it one day"

There is two of them, the one in question has no plug ?

Thanks !!
Polaris4252010-08-11 17:06:12 +0000 #4
Quote:

Originally Posted by Polaris425

The tube dropping down by the overflow bottle is the carb drain dont bother it.

I refered to that one as well ^

There should not be another drain "hose" There is a duckbill drain, which, I Also refered to in my origional post... If thats the one that you mean.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Polaris425

The duckbill on the bottom of the airbox needs to be filled w/ silicon too, or removed and plugged.

Thanks.
Brutetherapy2010-08-11 16:20:25 +0000 #5
Umm, sitting on the quad, Right side, There are two hoses ran side by side one has a plug the other dosent.The overflow bottle is on the otherside of the bike. I can get photos if needed.
Polaris4252010-08-11 18:05:38 +0000 #6
Your gonna have to. B/C I dont know of any other brute with an extra drain hose.

There should be 1 long skinny hose comin off the front right, should be plugged.

Should be 1 crank case vent, attached on the right side.

should be 1 duck bill drain, attached on the right side, should be a little rubber duck bill lookin thing hanging down about 1"-2".

Shouldnt be anything else (stock) coming off the bottom of the airbox.
Brutetherapy2010-08-11 16:27:16 +0000 #7
Here are the two hoses



This is the crank vent right ?

Polaris4252010-08-11 16:16:47 +0000 #8
And your %100 positive that other hose goes to the airbox? You see it attached at the other end, to the box?
Brutetherapy2010-08-11 16:24:02 +0000 #9
Im not 100% but its here too.
Polaris4252010-08-11 17:26:33 +0000 #10
must be an SRA only thing. I've never seen one before like that. So yeah, I guess if you think water can get in that way, plug it up.
650Brute2010-08-11 18:39:34 +0000 #11
Quote:

Originally Posted by Polaris425

must be an SRA only thing.


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