The filter is Briggs and Stratton. The tubing is 1-1/4" plumbing drain trap parts in chrome plated brass.
The adapters I made of course.
I'll install it tomorrow on my '27
very pretty, Les. I've been following these threads and may do similar on my 23.
Thanks for the kind words
The size of the element appealed to me
My friends said I was having another brain fart, but why couldn't you put a small computer fan or what ever and blow air into the intake of a carburetor to work like a blower on big engines.
Here's one with a fan - a turbine actually:
That is "one super cool look'n" breather Les, adds a little "bling" to the engine compartment !!! What model # Briggs filter set up ???
I sink it looks pretty drain good.
If I did it again I think I would take the pipes to the platers and have the chrome removed first. Usually they will do it for free as they recover the metal back onto their anode
I'll post the model number of the element later
Using a vaporizer exhaust manifold for the turbo is neat idea
The model # is on the filter, ebay, Amazon and others sell it.
Briggs & Stratton part # 496894S/272403S for 12.5-17.0 HP
I think the second half of the part number is for a green foam pre-cleaner that came in the package which I probably won't use. I guess if was driving in really awful conditions I would
The one I bought is genuine B$S part
Installed with a brace to the carb/manifold bold
Things get a bit "cozy" with a dipstick too!!
That's pretty slick!