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Well, i need to get a catch can as one of the final parts to my turbo kit...i was gonna make my own but decided otherwise...so i looked on e-bay and found this "Stef's Fabrication Filtered Catch Can"...seems pretty good and it has replacable filters...Catch Can ...my only question is would i want to dril into the top so i can mount another filter to the air so that under vacum it will suck in that air instead of the dirty filtered air? Or should this be fine the way it is...thanks, Andy
 

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oh yeah, i found the filters and they are $8 a piece and it says they should be replaced every oil change...Filter ...and there is a price of the actual assembly...so the price on the e-bay auction would be a deal
 

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oscarmayer said:
www.theoldone.com
endyn makes the best breathers there is. it requires some work on your part, but it's well worth it.
I understand that...but is the one i posted any good?
 
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the only thing i see is the oil has no place to return to the block with.
 

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oscarmayer said:
the only thing i see is the oil has no place to return to the block with.
I dont think it has to return to the block...thats why you replace the filter in it every oil change...
 
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the device will trap oil and thus the best way to to handle this si to allow it to drain back into the block.

before you go questioning, go to endyn's site and read about their kit and WHY they have it they way they do.
 

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oscarmayer said:
the device will trap oil and thus the best way to to handle this si to allow it to drain back into the block.

before you go questioning, go to endyn's site and read about their kit and WHY they have it they way they do.
On their site it says it can be used as a drain back system or be used as a venting system...
 

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And actually it looks like i could thread out the drain on the bottom and use a hose barb fitting and drain it back into the block...
 

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i guess no one has anymore input on it...there is like 2 minutes left on the auction...i think i'm gonna buy it...
 

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You bought it! Let us know how it turns out.
 

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kinda sounds like you think i shouldnt have bought it...?
No not at all man, you made good choice. Sometimes people pay big dollars because of the name when it can be something as simple as a lug nut that says Mugen over a replica and pay 10X's the price. I just want to know how you like it when you get it..
 

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relax man. if it doesn't work, sell it. i'm sure it will be fine, be sure to check out the turbo sticky, lots of good info on pcvs and such if you haven't seen it.
 

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9000_red said:
relax man. if it doesn't work, sell it. i'm sure it will be fine, be sure to check out the turbo sticky, lots of good info on pcvs and such if you haven't seen it.
Thanks, yea i've done that with a couple things before...actually sold a neone once for $1000 more than i paid for it :lol: ...but i guess thats what people get for selling a car becaue they thought the motor was gonna blow when really just the timing was off...lol

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No not at all man, you made good choice. Sometimes people pay big dollars because of the name when it can be something as simple as a lug nut that says Mugen over a replica and pay 10X's the price. I just want to know how you like it when you get it..
Sorry, i'm tired and seem to take offense/over react to things when it gets to late...
 
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