Hmm, I think Endyn's kit may be my catch can system of choice then. What type of hoses would you recommend for this? StyleTEG told me BSQ mentioned the original hose he used for his DIY catch can kit would collapse under the vacuum pressure. What type of hose is safest for this?
Also if you use the open filter setup on the Endyn kit what do you do with the connection at the intake manifold? Just plug it?
I was looking around for fuel line hoses and found lots of different types. I know the size is 3/8" but JC Whitney sells fuel lines for both EFI and carbeurated systems do I need to use a certain type of fuel line like aluminum or would the regular hoses what JC Whitney has be able to withstand the pressure?
I got the SRR can from IPS back in April when it was on sale and after C-Speed posted about using it. I was thinking of selling it and getting the Endyn kit but I contacted all of their listed distributors and got no response. So I guess it's the SRR can for me, I'll just baffle it like C-Speed did. I just need to get a hose to go from the PCV valve to the can and then from the can to the intake manifold but finding the correct type of hose is just what I'm stuck on now.
That's easy to get then, but I think I'm going to sell the can anyway. There's just no way it's going to fit without removing the A/C and installing down where the compressor used to be like what C-speed did. The can is just way too big. There's only a couple places it's able to go and in those places there's nothing for the mount to attach to. Oh well I guess my catch can modification will go on the back burner.
Yeah, I think I'll end up with the Moroso can anyway so I'd really like to know where to mount it. The way RealTime did it looks cool but I couldn't figure it out. Getting a long hose isn't a problem. The SRR is freakin huge though. Like in the RealTime Teg picture the can is able to stand up behind the headlight but with the SRR can there's no way it can do that it's too tall.
Strange how the inlet/outlet nipples are both somewhat below the level indicator. Seems kind of useless to me unless it's somehow baffled and routed to just that section of the can leaving the inlet/outlet out of the oil's path. I would want to see inside of it first.
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