Turnkey Catch Can Kits

SpeedRacerX

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I've read about all the catch can bits, pieces from various vendors and approaches but has any vendor created a turnkey solution for our TR? Or do I just assemble my own?


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Pronto

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If you want one in the pcv line it's just some hose and the catch can. Not much to that. If you want to do a catch can for the vc's it's a little more involves. Do a search to see some pics of how others have done them. There are several solutions depending on if you have the heater box or slic or front mount for the location.
 

SpeedRacerX

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If you want one in the pcv line it's just some hose and the catch can. Not much to that. If you want to do a catch can for the vc's it's a little more involves. Do a search to see some pics of how others have done them. There are several solutions depending on if you have the heater box or slic or front mount for the location.
Thanks. I just got lucky today. Picked up a nearly new kit that was just removed for a customer at Cruz Performance who didn't like the racecar look. I'll see how it goes.

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getdowngranny

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Thanks. I just got lucky today. Picked up a nearly new kit that was just removed for a customer at Cruz Performance who didn't like the racecar look. I'll see how it goes.

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For the PCV circuit or for the Valve Cover outlet? Both circuits could benefit from a catch can.


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getdowngranny

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What I picked up today is for the valve covers. I may do the pcv also. I did pickup an RJC brass check valve to give the pcv some help.

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If you decide to use a catch can in the PCV circuit, just make sure you use a check valve before the catch can to keep boost pressure from entering it.
Example:
Vacuum block
Line
Check valve
Line
Catch can
Line
PCV



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SpeedRacerX

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If you decide to use a catch can in the PCV circuit, just make sure you use a check valve before the catch can to keep boost pressure from entering it.
Example:
Vacuum block
Line
Check valve
Line
Catch can
Line
PCV



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I was wondering about the "order." Thank you.

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rodruckus

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Here's a pic of my buddy's catch can set-up for one of his Stage cars. He's got catch cans for his valve covers, but does have ac delete.
 
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