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:whoops:I will try this again. Here is a link to a good weber modification. Copied this link from another post and renamed it for better searching. Then misspelled it. Oh Brother.:eek:
 
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The TTORA writeup sounds like it could be a real remedy, and that 1,000 percent of all Weber owners should do it, but I'd of done it a bit differently. Rather than pressing-in copper tubing which might leak, I would have threaded the tubular passageway and screwed-in a hose barb. Then I would have attached another hose barb to the top lid of my air cleaner, then attached a hose between hose barbs. That way I'm always venting the float bowl with clean filtered air and I don't have to worry about charcoal canister issues.
 
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I think the hose barb is a good idea but routing into the air filter chamber might be a problem, it will have negative pressure and will change as the filter gets dirty.
 

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