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How about Jun B.L, is that one is good ?.

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I've never seen a cross section of the Jun BL can so I can't say for certain but any closed loop can system is better than nothing at all. Right now I'm running an ebay special until I make a bracket for my Mishimoto can or I can save up enough for the Moroso can.
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I have the AGP cans. They might be a little expensive but they work great and look great too!

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the AGP is a perfect example of a condenser style catch can, my only issue with it is where you have it mounted, I would never mount a catch can to the block.. vibration is counter productive and under hard acceleration it can stir up fuel vapors with how much it slaps around in there.
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the AGP is a perfect example of a condenser style catch can, my only issue with it is where you have it mounted, I would never mount a catch can to the block.. vibration is counter productive and under hard acceleration it can stir up fuel vapors with how much it slaps around in there.
I made a bracket for the can that spaces it off the block about 2 inches. I didn't like having to take out my valve cover bolt to empty it. This is much nicer IMO. I'm sure the vibrations are still there though?

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With a bracket they would be the exact same as if it was attached to the block.
Mounting the CC to the frame it receives some vibrations but no where near the amount the engine produces because the engines vibrations are limited by the engine mounts and tranny brackets.

Also try and mount a CC as far from the turbo on the 2.0T as possible, the cooler the location the better because heat prolongs how long it takes for the vapors to condensate, direct mounting to the block also allows some heat transfer to the can from the block (I don't presume it's much but it's definately some) and when your car shuts down for the day it'll stay warmer longer because it'll only cool as quickly as the block.

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plz let me know what you guys think, will this work? 2003-2005 srt4 oil catch can only | eBay

it's for a srt-4 but it's only difference from the GC catch can is it's mounting point, i could work around that for this $. free shipping.

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i know Fabwork is making a CC similar to the JUN BL catch can but for a much more affordable price, idk when they should have it finished but i saw him building it and it looks like great quality

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i also was offered by a local evo guy a perrin universal catch can for $80 local pick up. it's this one Perrin Universal Oil Catch Can Tank [BLACK] | eBay.

so there for the same price just wondering if you guys think they would work as well as a AGP or Jun.B.L.

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honestly name brands should not affect how a catch can performs, its a simple can with a baffle so the vapors are caught.. you shouldnt pay extra just for a brand name

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I'm running the JUN can right now and I can tell it's doing the job. The clear hoses looked really good for about the first week but now 3 weeks in the oil has coated the lines.
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I wouldn't be worried about brand names either, the two I suggested are what are considered your "technically ideal" internal and external design.
The Perrin can looks good but again without a cross section it's hard to tell and those top feeders require you to mount the can fairly low in the car (ideal anyways) because the feed line has to be gravity assisted otherwise you'll plug your lines.

I'd buy the AGP can though if it was my money in your situation.
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I had my hot side IC pipes off yesterday and not a drop of oil in them.

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The biggest concern on the 2.0T is from the PCV valve to the Intake manifold.. you wouldn't get sh*t in your pipes from that. But it is good that your pipes are clean.
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Yes I have one there too. Be sending the intake off soon so I will be able to tell exactly how well that one is working. It really needs to be in a cooler area that where it is.

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BTW there's a groupbuy right now for the JUN BL can in the vendor engine area. Hurry up and order before it closes... also so I can get my can already

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Did you mount yours on that bracket for the drivers side fuse box?
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Nice job man. That explains everything. I wish I had this printed. So when people ask what is that I can give them a paper instead of explaining it

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Very nice post man!! You should condense all your info about mounting, location and material suggestion in the 1st post (edit)!

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plz let me know what you guys think, will this work? 2003-2005 srt4 oil catch can only | eBay

it's for a srt-4 but it's only difference from the GC catch can is it's mounting point, i could work around that for this $. free shipping.

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