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J&P Part: 431-335
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Looks good and is built sturdy.
stacy peterson Posted:
I have had this engine breather oil collector on my 1990 FLSTC for two years. Best money spent on my bike. One recommendation, would be helpful if drain plug had standard threads to install a small valve with drain hose. Otherwise an excellent product.
Excellent. Recommend for anyone running a breather and dripping all over. Now the blow by goes into easy drain can attached to breather. No more drip and great for the crankcase vent.
Looks great on my bike. Will let you know later how it preforms. Seems small, could be a little larger.
great part, solved my breather problems, fair price for what you are getting
clamp is very tight on canister and the screen inside broke loose, but it still works ok.
This was very attractive, but the crimp band on the breather filter cocked the filter to the side. I replaced it with a small SS screw type hose clamp. I installed it with braided SS hose and AN look anodized red and blue screw clamps through an aluminum umbrella PCV valve. (Almost looks like a nitrous bottle plumbed in.) My gasket oil leaks have gone away as well as the oil mist drips from the breather. One surprise, most of the accumulation is water/gas mix from blowby, not oil. I may plumb the top into the air filter fitting now that it isn't going to load-up the filter element.
Good quality construction. Easy to drain. Smaller then appears in magazine and tucks nicley to a number of places on bike. Once mounted part looks like it belongs. Adds character. All mounting clamps and hoses need to be purchased separately. Gases and oil all go into this unit instead of being directed into the carb. No more burning waste in your cylinders. I would believe it helps engine perform a little better. I also noticed the bike has been running cooler. Well worth the cash. One downfall. Unit collects about a 1/2 ounce of water vapor on engine startup until motor is warm. You will be draining more water then oil. It would also be nice to have a rain deflector around filter element.
The collector tank for the oil looks a lot bigger in the picture. When it showed up I was kinda peaved at how small it was for the price I paid. But it collects the breather oil/mist just fine.
Recently I purchased a 431-335 oil collector kit. I have a 1988 Harley 883 that has been modified to 89 C.I. (approx. 1450cc). It produces 86hsp at 76 ft lbs torque at 6250rpm. We were having an oil blow-by problem coming from the crankcase. At high speed it would oil down the rear tire. After purchasing this kit it has taken care of the problem. We will be running at Moroso Dragway in West Palm Beach in the near future. I will let you know the out come. Thanks
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