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Looking to run a catch can breather one from each valve cover. Any pics or recommendations? Thanks
 

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Moroso makes them, metal or composite. I made my own. Think it cost me about $5 each to make, vs. $99 or so to buy. Aluminum water bottles, fittings, rubber O rings and filters.
 

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My setup is all 10 AN from valve covers to catch can. T'eed both valve covers together and ran the hose down the trans area, then mounted the catch can on the frame rail by the drivers side door.
 

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Sick, how do the valve cover fittings install, I think I'm going to go 12an, and use the legs one you suggested.
 

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Sick, how do the valve cover fittings install, I think I'm going to go 12an, and use the legs one you suggested.
You have to pull the valve covers to install them, but they're worth it. They're high quality fittings with baffles built into them for a clean look.
 

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Wow I wish I had known about those fittings before I dropped my engine in the truck. They would have made my plumbing much easier. Do you have a part # for the next time the covers have to come off thanks
 

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Thanks
 

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Wow! I will have to pick up a set of those fittings for a project I am working on
 

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Racepartsolutions makes a nice billet aluminum dual 10 or 12 an catch can.
 

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time to follow suit with my turbo truck
 

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You have to pull the valve covers to install them, but they're worth it. They're high quality fittings with baffles built into them for a clean look.

doing the T to connect both valve covers and ran to the oil separator; do you have to run it back up to the supercharger or just cap the exit end of the separator? also, does the separator need a breather?
 
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