I’ve had a sometimes annoying little leak from the air filter that occasionally drips down onto the camcase cover of my 2002 FLHRI. No big deal. It’s been goin on for years and over that period of time I’ve read a bunch of threads, looked at possible fixes, and considered whether they’re worth it. I’ve made sure not to overfill the crankcase oil, looked at other breather hose routing options, but didn’t do anything cuz it wasn’t that big a problem and I didn’t really want to reroute the breather hoses just to have the oil leak some other place, or buy a new stage I backplate. I’ve noticed that some of the newer stage I backplates are designed to direct the breather hose output into the throttle body intake. While I’m doin some winter maintenance, I decided to take a look at this again and figured if I could put something together cheap that would accomplish what the newer backplates do, I’d give it a try. So this is it. Went to my local car parts store (AutoZone), spent between $10 and $11 for some brakeline parts, and made an extension for the aircleaner backplate. This uses a 3/8”-24 right angle for 3/16 brake line. Pics are included. The aircleaner backplate is from a stage I kit. I’ll let you know how it works out.