BATSLOMAN GIVES NO FUCKS.
that's a picture I found on google to explain what Im talking about. the pipe would sit slightly below flush inside the flange so you could weld it solid from the inside.
No just some Chinese can.Is that the mishimoto can?
Why is it a pain? Too small of a can? I’ll have to check out your thread if you got it on there, skimmed it in the past but never read in detail.Far out, looks like you found the same supplier as Mishimoto lol, they look identical. I'm running one the same size as that, and it's a pain.
Got some heat wrap from oriellys on there, would say it’s of good quality but they also sell the same brand of eBay gauge I have for boost and oil pressure - iEquis is the name but I’m sure I didn’t spell it right. Also I have a cat I’m planning on clamping in, just don’t feel like it at the moment. But it will run to the stock exhaust. I know I’m going to bottle neck my exhaust flow when I hook it up, but that’s cool for now imo. Also my muffler rusted off along time ago so the pipe that’s there is just a straight pipe with the resonator/test pipe (not really sure if the terms mean the same thing). But I have already welded 2.5 ID pipe to the flange that mates to the pipe, literally all I have to do is cut a proper amount of flex pipe length and it’ll all clamp up.grab some good quality exhaust wrap (no ebay cheapo garbage) for that down pipe. Your AC Compressor will thank you!!
Might be time to ditch the power steering. Plenty of DIY electric options (check out forums that are more active with K20/K24/J35 swaps). Or a manual rack. A manual civic rack can be driven by an 8 month pregnant asian chick, so effort to turn is not an issue, even in parking lots.
My lame ass idea for you WAS gonna be, route the dowpipe horizontal to behind the headlight, and sink it down behind the bumper, and put a small aftermarket catalytic converter or something to quiet it down a bit lol. Then you could run the wastegate exhaust pipe under the car to mimic factory setup for visual lol
The size would've been fine if it actually separated the oil from the air, I plumbed it without a return to begin with (vent to atmosphere) while i got a feel for how fast it would fill. Instead, the can rarely is over 1/4 full and just blows the oil straight out the vent hole.Why is it a pain? Too small of a can? I’ll have to check out your thread if you got it on there, skimmed it in the past but never read in detail.