I did this yrs ago when I installed the new engine in the Orvis . I did just a fuel filter in the line(bttm pg 1 on my build) , ya'll went and made it all fancy and improved . Mine gets cleaned as needed and has worked great keeping the plenum cleaner .
I think I got to get a rig up like Polka's , less maintenance . They want $40 to ship that one on ebay
Well it doesn't look to hard to make from an aluminum water bottle. Put the cap at the bottom for a drain and go get some brass fittings. Probably JB weld too. I think it would work just as good as any. I'm gonna make another one that uses no plastic in the future.
If you build a smaller one like 4-5" it would probably bolt to the fire wall.
Just measured. Looks like 5" would be good and the bracket would bolt to the upper edge of the fire wall right above the valve cover.
Here we go, something like this would be great. You could plum the lid and just have the bottom unscrew to drain. The threads look a bit weak on these. I am sure their are some automotive jars or cans like this.
I made a heat shield for the oil catch. Kind of. I cut the top off a tall iced t can and painted it black lol. Took about 5 minutes plus letting paint dry. It fit right over the oil catch nice and snug. I should have used a Milwaukee Best tall boy
Has anyone tried a one way check valve? I had one on my SRT4 PCV system but it wasn't the right size and I also had a catch can which both together seemed like overkill. You guys are running bigger hose though so it should work for you.
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It's no better or worse than the way you mounted yours.
I think that idea would be pretty good and I might have to try that...mine will probably stay as it is until I need to empty it or I feel the need to move it.
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