Hi guys, i'm currently rebuilding a 2002 WR426F from the ground up (which i'm coverting into a motard) and have come across a bit of a dilemna? The oil breather pipe on the top cover was routed across the top of the engine and into the airbox near the TPS
connection, but in my manual it is pictured going down the front of the frame and tucking in underneath the timing cover by the looks of the pic? well, the reason i'm a bit concerned as to it's correct route is after reading some stuff on here yesterday about some guys questions with regards to "milky drops of oil" occasionally spitting out of this pipe after a long ride etc? i know that's normal, condensation etc, but if this was going into the airbox, then i don't think it'd be too kind for the nice clean air in there as it'd be sucked back into the engine and surely clogging the filter? Am i being a bit over the top or is it best to route the pipe so it spits out any crap onto the road beneath etc? anyone have any suggestions for the best method/route?
have some pics of my build progress if anyones interested, but can't fathom out how to upload them?
thanks guys and gals....