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Thread: RX Catch Can

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    Re: RX Catch Can

    Hey ... quick question!

    I purchased one of the optional oil cap breathers with the R/X catch can, but didn't do anything with it yet. I still have the factory intake, so in my case, can I just swap the regular oil cap with the breather cap and I'm all set? Or is it not even meant to use in my situation? (The instructions talk about capping off some lines, but if I'm understand things right, they're referring to hoses connected to some of the aftermarket CAI's like the Injen?)


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    Re: RX Catch Can

    If you have the can installed then yes, the cap just replaces your OEM oil fill cap. You should not need to cap anything but the passenger side frsh air barb on the inner front of the valve cover.

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    Re: RX Catch Can

    Ok, but don't you mean DRIVER side?
    There's a hose covered with some insulation that runs from the intake straight back to a plastic barb near the firewall on the driver's side. I assume that's the hose that needs to be plugged up?


    Quote Originally Posted by SC2150 View Post
    If you have the can installed then yes, the cap just replaces your OEM oil fill cap. You should not need to cap anything but the passenger side frsh air barb on the inner front of the valve cover.

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