Hi Spock, read your job on removing the air box,so I reversed the procedure and refitted the air box. It gave me a little trouble getting the spouts on the front of the air box, over the front rocker,so I shortened them a tadd. During the process I discovered, the smaller of the two,when cut, opened up to a much larger diameter. So I saved the off cut, for the purpose of refitting in the carby breather line. My presumption is, that the engineer that designed the thing calibrated the size to let the carburettors breath as opposed to being vacuumed. Alternately, I may just run an accessory breather filter, and cap the old one. I never though that air box would ever go back in, good tip Spock. Thanks.
I must have pushed the wrong button the reply was to Spocks air box removal. OOPS!
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