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Old 12-10-2010, 04:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Installed OCC PIc

Air box port is block off. Now 3/8" line to OCC, 3/8" out of OCC to 3/8""
Chankcase 3/8" filter. looks great. 3/8" all the way.
Thank you DDMWorks,
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Old 12-11-2010, 11:47 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That looks so cool Larry, I love it.......
Soon I will be doing the same thing once my filters get here.
I'm copying your idea....
You notice I wrote filters, I just couldn't make up my mine and keep ordering different filters.....
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Old 12-11-2010, 03:06 PM   #3 (permalink)
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If you click on pic them click it once again them PNT it out. If you want to go this mod.
This is from the 60's and 70's nothing new.
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I would have it painted white as the fuse box cover...and keep the DDM logo in black
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I would have it painted white as the fuse box cover...and keep the DDM logo in black
Hummmmm! I guess your right Mike.... Larry could have it painted white on his own and ask Dave for a black DDMWorks sticker.. Got my OCC in Red with black lettering's....

Larry, can you PM or call me as to where you got your fuse box cover made..... Thanks!
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The cover is one of a kind and hand done. He is a friend of mine and did it as a friend
as you can see He is very good and very busy. The OCC stays black to keep the white on the outside of the car. The cover is done in light tan. And LQQKS great. Tony did this on His own.
I did not see or pic out the lay out. His work is all over the world in bike halmets.
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Do a search on OCC.
Lot of info. The DDMWorks.com site will have it. And a write up about the OCC.
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I understand the purpose of the OCC.

I don't understand the purpose of the separate little crank case filter instead of the original connection to the intake.
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I don't understand the purpose of the separate little crank case filter instead of the original connection to the intake.
The reason for Larry's external filter is to keep the air box out of play from oil vapors...
DDMWorks instructions suggest to install a hose from the Air Box to the OCC. What Larry did was remove and cap the air box outlet that goes to the valve cover and installed filter in its place to keep oil vapors out from the air box Sensors...
Hope that helped your question..
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Had the SKY out today after 2" of rain a week ago.
With the new OCC install ran lile a rape ape for 10mi. NO codes on rt 283-4 lane 65mph +. The SKY is the limited. Very nice mod and no oil in air stean.
Thank you DDMWorks.
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Had the SKY out today after 2" of rain a week ago.
With the new OCC install ran lile a rape ape for 10mi. NO codes on rt 283-4 lane 65mph +. The SKY is the limited. Very nice mod and no oil in air stean.
Thank you DDMWorks.
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Larry, I will be driving this week-end (175 miles each way) to a relatives house, coming back on the same day. This will be a good test for the OCC with your style of a hook-up.. I was able to complete the install today because the red hose jacket came in yesterday evening...
Will post a picture later for you to see....
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Will post a picture later for you to see....
As promise: OCC Picture..... This is Larry's (lllfly) way of hooking up the DDM Works OCC.....
Thanks to DDM Works and Larry for your product and help, respectfully....
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That LQQKS great and the T cover too match.
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That LQQKS great and the T cover too match.
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Thanks Larry, its your style of a set-up.....
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