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Re: Spare parts oil catch can

Postby Dustin » 09 Feb 2017 13:23

Thanks Brett

I used the PU air line because I didn't have anything else on hand at the time.
I eventually removed the quick connector and replaced it with a tap/valve fitting.

I works pretty well for a DIY scarp parts job.
I'll probably make a proper large capacity catch can in the not too distant future.
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Re: Spare parts oil catch can

Postby ChristoSlang » 12 Feb 2017 11:15

JoshJ wrote:I have one brand new sitting in a box. Maybe I'll get around to fit it at some point. I think I have it for over 2years now :lol: . Luckly its aluminium and cannot expire.....


Ha-ha - you and me both! Bought mine for the 350z, but it turned out to be unnecessary for the low boost I'm running there. Different story with Chuck though, so I should really get around to fitting it...

PS: I also built one from PVC pipe at some stage, but never fitted that one either. I guess there's a pattern emerging? :redface:
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