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    http://www.snowestonline.com/forum/showthread.php?t=269222

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    MH

Silber carb bov connection

JoBoo

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I have a 2017 800 axys with silber turbo running 5lb spring. I noticed at end of last season was having a bit of issues with bog when coming off full throttle and getting back on it. I saw a few other threads with similar issues so was going over everything and noticed the bov tube into the carb boot was out a little bit. I pushed it back in but haven't rode yet. I was wondering If anyone had this issue and if I should try to put some silicon or something on it to try to hold and seal?
 

Snowman.PRO.

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I didn't have that. But I had a rip in my BOV hole where it slides in. I never noticed any loss in performance.

For what its worth I bought the sled used with 600 mikles with the silber kit installed already. So not sure how the previous owner installed it.
 
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