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    oil catch can fitted diffrenty to the norm??

    ill try upload some pics but having a few issues whit my I.T. skills all i did was to disconnected the pipe from the forge tip run to a oil catch can and have blocked the tip with an ally bung i turn't up! ive been looking at other peoples pics and wright ups witch are excellent,but mines looks well different??

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    You trying to vent to atmos?
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    It sounds like you, or somebody has done it without removing all the breather pipes?, i suppose you can do it like that but you should have an outlet for the fumes, to go back in the tip or vent to air....

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    the catch can has an orange oil breather screw cap so this should be ok then i wasn't sure as i see some people had the black puck thing attached to the inlet tip and ive just ally bunged it(with shoulder)all seems to be well though.

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    pics would help ...but if its working ok it must be half right...

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    Sounds like a mocal tank?
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    pictures will help for sure
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    the cap is the same as a mocal, and i work in a well faciliticed work shop so mocked my own catch can up ill definitely try to get sum pics up (of the whole car)

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    [/IMG]back again hopefully get the pics to work

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    nice catch can...

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    Where's the outlet on he can??
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    the screw cap is a breather mate!

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    That looks cool. Can you make me one haha
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