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Old 03-09-2013, 10:55 PM   #1
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Oil catch can

So after along debate it's time I take the debate here. Who has used oil catch cans here? Or I also thought about a pcv delete and using a traditional oiled filter in it's place.
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I bought one from speed daddy.com it was 20 bucks so I bought 2 one for each side and after I drive for a while I checked them both and had oil in both
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I bought one from speed daddy.com it was 20 bucks so I bought 2 one for each side and after I drive for a while I checked them both and had oil in both
cool deal, instead of buying it, it's easier for me to make it and tig it up at the shop and send it off to be anodized just didn't know if it were worth my time making. Might as well go ahead and make them and see how it turns out!
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what do oil catch cans do exactly?
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I bought one from speed daddy.com it was 20 bucks so I bought 2 one for each side and after I drive for a while I checked them both and had oil in both
Lol that's where I got mine from!

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what do oil catch cans do exactly?
They catch the piston overspray and sludge oil and keep the sludge from going where it shouldn't
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I went with a JLT catch can:

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looks good, from the ones that ordered at speed daddy any pics of your oil catch can and was it hard to install, how have they held up?
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