Question about 2008 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide
On the air filter backing plate the two bolt that hold it to the cyclinder head are hollow and part of the engine or crankcase breathing system when the pistons are on the down stroke this creates pressure and so to vent this out the air travels up threw to the heads with the oil and there is a little filter to catch and stop the oil and allow the air to pass out thew to the atmosphere however it does carry some oil with it . Old school used to vent out to the chain and help lube it.Now with the EPA rules it vents into the air intake system and the oil burned with the fuel.You can change the filter element which is under the rocker covers.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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