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I am looking to install ferrachis dry break. I was on their website via a link I found from this site but the only ones they had were silver. I have seen in pics that some of you guys have colored ones. Where can I purchase on that is colored? Or do I have to paint it myself? Also isnt the motor mount there also? If so how do you remove it and what steps do you need to take in order to have the engine sitting there safely? I hope this question has not been asked already, I did some searching but could not find the answer. I appreciate everyones help.
 

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The ones I bought were the white plastic ones. They have been on there for over a year without any problems. As far as the motor mount you just run the fuel line behind it. You dont have to remove it. I put a longer line on it so that I could mount the dry break between the mount and the seat.
 

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John ... here are other options if color & qualityis your consideration:


http://www.jiffy-tite.com/files/Jiffy-tite_Catalog.pdf

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3000 Series (Example Only): http://www.pegasusautoracing.com/productdetails.asp?RecID=4871[/list]


Colder FL Series

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http://www.colder.com/Products/Metal/tabid/55/Default.aspx?ProductId=19[/list]


You'll need to confirm the PN's



Note:Thegas in the fuel tankwont drain completely to the under seat aux tankif the dry breakline is higher thanthe frontfitting on the fuel tank
 

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Dry Break question

I have done some searches and begun the left side clean-up. I seems there are a lot of choices for dry breaks. Is one better than another? Ferracci, Jiffy-tite 3000 and others. My question is do both ends need to be valved or just the end coming from the tank. I think the stock drybreak was only valved on the tank end because when I disconnected the end to the reserve dripped a bit (just what was in hose).

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Thanks for the quick reply. I went ahead and ordered the Jiffytite 3000 set (both valved). I can't wait to get it put back together and get out riding....hopefully the weather will cooperate here in Wa.

Thanks again
Bob
 
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