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Baffled Catch Can

kasper04

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Question: Can you mount that oil catch can to the tailpipe?
Has anyone tested an evac system in the Si? Most 4 cylinder motors don't generate enough exhaust flow to generate a negative vacuum strong enough to evacuate the crankcase gases effectively.
 

death_roll

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Any more takers on this? I think I can get more votes cast. I think @bootyluvr wants another high quality mishimoto product!!
 

Dar-Dar

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I just saw the price. :omg:
 

Dar-Dar

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Yeah, overpriced.

I got a Saikou Michi catch can for the G35 on order, it's basically 1/2 the size of the mishimoto with the same internal design for 1/4 the price.
I may have to get a catch can for my car. The PCV valve likes to put back motor oil in the intake manifold.
 

Dar-Dar

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http://www.saikoumichi.com/

Can't beat them for the price, SM makes smaller sized baffled cans that are perfect for the smaller PCV hoses on newer cars.
It looks like a high quality product. The smallest one should be good enough for a 2.0L engine. I'll put it on my wishlist. Thanks.
 
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