CATCH CANS - Post your setups!

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  1. 98snakehorse

    98snakehorse Well-Known Member

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    Alright guys I was able to find my old Moroso vented catch can that was once used on my old 95 turbo Mustang. With that said I'm upping the boost for next year and I think its time to incorporate the catch can on my new setup with the 2v. Below is the layout I used on my 95 car. I'm thinking of positioning it similar but mount to the shock tower instead. Curious to see what other have done with their catch can setups.

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    I don't have a pic of mine but I mounted it a little closer to the tower then yours. And if anyone wants a carbon fiber catch can pm me I have one I am not using I will make a deal on.
     
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    Thats what my plan is I may end up mounting it on the front left side of the driver side shock tower. Should clear my hood and help hide some of the ugly power steering lines.
     
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    g36 monkey Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Hmm, maybe I should make one.
     
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    You should. Every engine needs one especially overhead cammed engines.
     
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    Well last night I did it... I have zero moneys in my catch can setup. All hoses where out of my scrap bin. The catch can is a recycled old unit I had. Painted it black and through it on. Hard to see from the pics but I have a hole drilled at the bottom on the catch can on the frame with a hose connected that leads underneath the car with a drain plug on it. That way I can easily drain the catch can now without taking it on and off the car.

    Dont mind the dirty engine bay its been sitting in my shop for about a month now.

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    Im liking how it turned out.
     
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    g36 monkey Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Is that one of them fangled things what's got the cam shafts on top?
     
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    Not my car but here is essentially what I'm doing:


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    My "new" set of valve covers has -12an bungs to plumb this project. Should work nicely with a "quick release front bumper" and bash bar setup.
     
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    Hey thats really slick looking. Remote setup I like!