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PatterBrian
After replacing the manifolds on my Powermax CCKB. I started it up without the air cleaner. The breather blew so much oily smoke that it was dripping of the carb linkage in seconds. Much more smoke than the start up smoke through the muffler. How bad is this? Rebuild time? Rebuild or replace. I can replace it myself, but not rebuild. Haven't got a compression gauge. The breather is stuffed with brass wool. Should I leave it or fix it?

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D-17_Dave
Pull the breather apart and clean it to start with. It's likely on the CCK enegines that you have a good amount of blow by but you shouldn't be pushing much oil other than vapor.

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