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Old 08-21-2004, 06:56 PM   #1
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Theres a tube fitting leading into the crankcase on the side, underneath the carb on an OS MAX .15 we got and my dad wants to know what do you hook it up to? Is it a boost thing or what?
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It is for an MIP or GS Boost Chamber. If you bought it used, the previous owner drilled a hole onto the side of the crankcase, and put in an inlet there. You might want to seal it with RTV sealant to prevent any airleaks.
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RTV is wicked. yuk. If u have all the proper gaskets, theres no need to ever use that trash.
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