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Old 03-09-2015, 12:12 PM   #21
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Yes you can install the pex inside the intake stack without any issues.

I would not fear the outcome at all, unless the tank over flowed, and forced sewage into the intake for the engine.

With you set up, I think you mentioned you will be using a toilet in your bus, so this could never happen.

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Old 03-09-2015, 03:35 PM   #22
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Theres going to be a intake scoop installed like you see on blower motors, also the pipe is 5in across, I don't see a time when the waste tank will be really full, a lot of hghway rest areas have dump station plus many other places to dump so theres no reason to carry a lot of waste down the road,,, Stuart
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Old 03-10-2015, 06:06 AM   #23
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LOL, so if used fryer oil makes your exhaust smell like french fries, what will waste tank venting into your intake make your exhaust smell like?

Also, I wonder if the methane will increase the combustion yield? (ok, that was a bit sarcastic, but still an interesting question)
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LOL, so if used fryer oil makes your exhaust smell like french fries, what will waste tank venting into your intake make your exhaust smell like?

Also, I wonder if the methane will increase the combustion yield? (ok, that was a bit sarcastic, but still an interesting question)
Would it smell any worse than this?

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Hey! I might just build me one of them. The EPA is gonna hate me, shhh, don't let them know.


So if you dump the vent into the intake, and the waste into the exhaust, that would make for a really crappy ride.


I crack me up, lol.
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Old 03-10-2015, 01:14 PM   #26
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Hey! I might just build me one of them. The EPA is gonna hate me, shhh, don't let them know.


So if you dump the vent into the intake, and the waste into the exhaust, that would make for a really crappy ride.


I crack me up, lol.
Lol.

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Old 03-10-2015, 02:25 PM   #27
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Hey! I might just build me one of them. The EPA is gonna hate me, shhh, don't let them know.


So if you dump the vent into the intake, and the waste into the exhaust, that would make for a really crappy ride.


I crack me up, lol.
Or you'd have one Chitty Motor
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Ok decision time, Black tank is in place & I'm running a 1in id vent hose , would it be a good idea to run the line to the top of my intake on the inside of the intake tube or option B, run it so it vents out inside of the rear right red flashing light hood.
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I mounted my vents out the side of the coach. saw no need for an extra hole in the roof.
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Old 11-02-2015, 12:47 PM   #30
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We use a 17 gal black tank with a small fitting on top of the tank connected to a piece of rubber hose who's open end is higher than the toilet bottom for a vent. Lasts 2 weeks with 2 of us and no stink. I use also Happy Camper additive, one scoop per tank.
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