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Unread Yesterday, 09:35 PM   #1
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oil catch can

I know I should spend my money on a billet catch can but I don't have that kind of money. I want to get one asap. I was looking on e bay and found 15 dollar ones. I also found a 30 dollar one that I really like. I'll get a link soon. Has anyone gotten one of e bay that is a good one?

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This one look good?

http://m.ebay.com/itm/130927374642?nav=SEARCH
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Or this one?

http://m.ebay.com/itm/151277003733?nav=SEARCH
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Will a cheap one hurt? Doubtful. But most real cheap CC's use a ball of steel mesh they shove into the main tank, and it's a PITA to clean. Versus a BT, or others that keep the mesh separate to make it easier to clean.

I'd save up and buy a BT, and keep it for years. But if money's tight, you could get by just fine with the eBay one, but it likely won't hold up as well as a quality unit.
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Will a cheap one hurt? Doubtful. But most real cheap CC's use a ball of steel mesh they shove into the main tank, and it's a PITA to clean. Versus a BT, or others that keep the mesh separate to make it easier to clean.

I'd save up and buy a BT, and keep it for years. But if money's tight, you could get by just fine with the eBay one, but it likely won't hold up as well as a quality unit.
Thanks man. That helps a lot.
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