PCV Catch Cans

BigBlueLB756

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Do a search. Elite makes a nice one; Mike Norris Motorsports does as well; there's always Billet Prototypes, etc, etc.

Unless you're Cheap-*ss, and want to make one of the Lowes'/HomeDepot ones! They work just as well, but no bling.
 

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I tried finding my receipts but was unable to do so.

1- Kobalt Air Compressor general purpose filter
2- 3/8 to 1/4 threaded barbs
7ft- 3/8" fuel line

Disconnect stock PCV line, cut the 3/8" fuel line into two pieces, run one to the rear of the drivers side intake, and one to the back of the throttle body. It's pretty much that easy, now just find a place to mount your can and voila, you're done.
http://www.homedepot.com/Tools-Hardw...atalogId=10053
 

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That AMSOIL is sooooo slippery it makes catch cans ineffective! They can't catch it, or slow it down!
 

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