I just wanted to drop a note to let you know how well the EBOC worked for me.
I have a 2008 custom chopper with a 117” S&S motor. Before installing the EBOC it was somewhat embarrassing to stop and let people look at the bike because of the oil misting all over my chrome and rear wheel!!!
Now I pull over at every chance and have no problems selling your product to others who have the same problem I once did. Thanks for everything,
November 9, 2010
It was very nice to talk to someone that understands my troubles of having oil blow by that’s gets on the rear wheel, brakes ,swing arm etc . I have a 1997 heritage springer with a s&s 124’’ with a magnacharger blower . It would sling oil all over my rear wheel and fender until I installed Your product it has eliminated all this for me along with the dribble of oil I would mark my spot with wherever I would park and it looks cool too ! Thank You Bob keep up the good work.
Thanks Scott Schneider, Ohio
October 5, 2010
Thanks Rob I have just fitted one of your crankcase breather collectors to my triumph Bonneville 2002.
This is necessary as the original air box has been removed and that used to catch the crank case breather oil.
It fits very neatly under the the LHS side cover and does catch oil.
I made up a 3 inch “off set mounting bracket” that you can see in the pics, [deliberately mild steel] and attached it to the rear engine mounting point. The original mounting bolt is easily withdrawn and replaced. It is long enough to use for the 1/4 inch thick mounting bracket I made.
I used the short hole on the mounting supplied with your collector as it tucks in better with the limited space.
Just a bit of trimming required now and happy daazzze it works.
David Ellis, Australia
Sept 28, 2010
Count me in as huge EBOC fan. I’ve got a 94 Sportster 1200 that has always had a problem throwing oil out the breathers. On the stock setup, it soaked the oil filter. I changed to external crankcase ventilation, and tried a few different arrangements. I tried two little breather filters set on 2 inch stalks of hose behind the air filter. That only worked until the filters were saturated. I tried routing one double ended breather filter under the air filter. Same issue. I tried enlarging the two little drains in the middle rocker cover. That helped a little, but I still had a lot of oil in the breather system. I tried routing hoses down so the oil would run onto the ground. Still a mess. All the scenarios had problems, each put a mess in a different place. I tried changing to different umbrella valves… all in vain.
I stumbled onto the EBOC page almost by accident. Thought it was worth a try. I just got the one I ordered onto the bike, using the front engine mount to mount it. So far, 73 miles, some oil in the EBOC and none on the bike, or me, or the ground, or the garage floor.
Charlie Barcellona, Boca Raton, Fl
Sept 12, 2010
Bob, just a quick note to tell you how much we love the EBOC. This is the coolest oil mist collector out there. We have used the chrome unit on several crank case and head breather bikes and they work and look fantastic. Thanks for making a quality product that combines form and function.
Jerry Wasemiller, Yolo County Choppers.
R & W Company, I would like to thank you for your product that you manufacture to remove the problem that I had with my bike. I took my Harley to several Harley dealerships but no one could help me get rid of the small amount of oil coming from the air cleaner, making a mess of my bike. A Harley service manager recommended that I contact you. I thank you for both your product and your assistance in helping me to fix the problem. It also looks great on my bike.
TO Whosoever this may concern, RE: Robert Wislon’s EBOC: ATTENTION HARLEY RIDERS:
If you have ever experienced anything like it, then you know what I am talking about. There is nothing quite like the feeling of mounting that Iron Stallion and riding off into the sunset in your best duds and all that leather and stuff that goes along with it. Well, part of the fun or not, if it feels good do it. That’s what I have always believed, but what about that warm fuzzy feeling you always get. Is it from that last maneuver you executed in that not so tight curve you made at a little more speed then you anticipated or, something else, hot oil leaking onto the right side of your motorcycle, exhaust pipes, chrome battery cover, custom paint job, or even your boots and leathers.
What about that beauty riding right behind you, no way to treat a lady. Anyone who has ever had just such an experience will know just what I mean when I say Good Bye to oil leaks from crank case breather valve. That’s right the [EBOC] is the solution. It worked for me. When I installed one on my 1982 FLT the oily mess was stopped. I never again had to carry a shop towel from pit stop to pit stop. That’s right it worked for me and it looked good too. I have even seen Evo’s and 88′s do it. Don’t be the last to find out.
Sincerely, HOT SHOT
For those of you who know Bob Wilson, you know what I’m talking about. For those of you who don’t, listen up! I own a 1981 H.D. Shovel. As you all know, you get oil sumping off the old Harley Davidson’s. So, this is where Bob comes in. He invented the Crank Case EBOC System. This issue of oil sumping and engine blow by is a nasty thing. Not to mention messy. So, I had Bob install the EBOC system on my shovel. I’m here to tell you, I no longer have any oil sumping or engine blow by seeping when I ride. Bob has invented a work of art. In my personal opinion, the EBC system should be installed on every Harley Davidson on the road today.
Thanks Bob for a job well done.
Having used the EBOC on my 1980 Sportster for little more than a year, I’ve come to the conclusion that it works incredibly well. It has eliminated oil spillage on my bike, shoes, as well into the environment. Not only does it perform its purpose well, it adds a finished look to the bike, it is easy to install, and it is even affordable. I recommend it for any model type and year, or anyone who is concerned with the environment or just getting oil on their new boots.
Mark Wilson, 10/22/99