912 Carb drip pans

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912 Carb drip pans

Postby gkremers » Tue Apr 29, 2014 8:49 am

For those with the 912 not using the rotax air box did you install the carb drip pans. I had them on my Pulsar but it will be a really tight fit on the left carb with the water hose.

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Re: 912 Carb drip pans

Postby Gil T » Tue Apr 29, 2014 11:06 am

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Gary

Yeah it gets a little tight in there but if you have a leak at your carb the only place it can go to is down and that's right on top of the exhaust pipe but with a little wrestling with it and some sweet words it can be done. I do think most folks put them in.

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Re: 912 Carb drip pans

Postby gkremers » Tue Apr 29, 2014 12:03 pm

Thanks Gil.. I was thinking of putting one on the right carb and running the line from the left to the right. I know it needs to be in an area of equal pressure. They are also supposed to help as a heat barrier. They are back ordered till the end of May with CP and Lockwood.

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Does anyone have a set they would be willing to part with until mine come in?
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