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A 16hp Briggs almost sounds like a harley coming though this system. Actually all the 6 inch is my dryer vent, I just tap into it with 4 inch dryer vent flex

splitting the 4 inch flex enough to fit over the muffler wasn't working to well, crack the throttle and it would blow off or unpeel. No 4-5in pipe reducer around but a 2lb coffee can works fairly well, get a little blowback

cheap simple system. Maybe someone will try it and come with a better common item fit for the muffler

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Marty, You have the wrong kind of coffee can. you should use Maxell House! I like the ideal of tapping into a vent pipe. will have to try that also. And I still don't know way you wasted your time with that hydro? But, She is looking Good!:D

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"And I still don't know way you wasted your time with that hydro?" I donno John, maybe because I relly like the one on the LL, maybe because I paid good money for it and had to rebuild it last winter, maybe just because.:) No idea where I came accross that chrone air cleaner, had it and an orange aircleaner pipe laying around for years. When I put the 112 together 5 years ago I actually remembered where it stached and it found a home.

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