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Crank Case Breather

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by JrSiRb16A, May 14, 2003.

  1. JrSiRb16A

    JrSiRb16A Senior Member

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    sup i know this prob a dumb ass question..but i was gonna put a breather on the crank case..now what about the exit on the intake where the original tube was that went to the crank case..is that just left open??
     
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    plug it or put a breather on it also. The reason you have a filter on your intake is to keep all the dirt and other crap out. If anything gets sucked into your intake manifold like a small rock or something, it'll seriously mess it up. A rock probably won't get stuck up in there but you don't wanna hella pieces of dirt getting in there messing it up. A clean intake manifold is a good intake manifold.
     
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    JrSiRb16A Senior Member

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    yeah thats what i figged..but i wanted to get a second opinion..thanx i appreciate it..
     
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    Don't put those stupid little K&N breathers on your motor, Do it properly and get a catchcan for like 50-60bucks, moroso, greddy, cusco, endyn, all make catchcans. I think the oldone even shows you how to make your own.
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    Here is greddy's catchcan
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    Milan
     
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    JrSiRb16A Senior Member

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    sweet..never heard of "catchcan"..very informative..thanx..whos motor is that??nicely done..
     
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    Not Mine, Me and FI just don't get along to well.


    Milan
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    thats the can i want!! WHO MAKES THAT? not the greddy one... the one on the car.

    i need the top part as well...
     
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    That's an Endyn modified Moroso can. I have one in my car. Call Intercrew to order one- it's not too expensive.
     
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    Nope- sorry B... go look at the picture again. The catch can kit comes with both attachments- breather and a hose input.
     
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