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post #101 of 626 Old 12-20-2011, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
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New questions: (feel free to be brief...)
-- The best setup for the 2.0T is last diagram; "Dual Catch Can"?
-- I read this DIY and saw your video. You mentioend the PCV valve. Can we remove that, or what was that all about?
--Is the check-valve in the last diagram already "in place" or is that something I need to install?

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--Best setup is the one that works best for you.
--The PCV valve prevents boost from entering your upper deck. Don't remove it.
--You'd have to add the check valve.

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That check valve could be the PCV valve if it was moved to the side of the can that goes to the IM.
Another option. Adding that check valve to prevent boost from entering the can would essentially act as a PCV valve, leaving the stock one in would act as a fail safe.

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I know that the stock hose between the crankcase vent and the intake has a check valve. Would we not need one in the dual can setup too?
There is no check valve or PCV valve between the crank case vent and the intake (passenger side). The PCV valve is on the line from the upper deck and the intake manifold.

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^^^ That's the PCV valve.
I'm pretty sure he's talking about the vent on the passenger side. The only check valve (aside from the boost control body) on the passenger side is part of the brake booster system on M/T GC's.

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why cant you just use one?
You can, but I'm trying to be thorough in my information. I only use one can.
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Snoopy you really seem to know your stuff. I have a single Mishimoto can and I'm wondering if you'd be interested in doing the install on it.
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if you come for the meet in the spring np. If I end up getting sent to toon town earlier then we could easily meet up and get it done.
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why cant you just use one?
I believe it would be a decision based on volume; if you get a lot of blowby and still getting oil inside the IM after installing a catch can, cost, and space.

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Was ordering up a new gauge from prosport and noticed they have their real carbon fiber catch can on sale for 75.00
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Emptied my JUN for the first time yesterday...probably around 1,000+ km.

Filled entire concentrate juice can full of the gunky mess. Running off both boost and non-boost side, but it looks like non-boost PCV side is the most used and most dirty. IMO if you are going run a catch can, and can only afford to do one, do PCV side!

Sure glad its not going back into my engine that's for sure

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how hard was it to empty JUN CC?

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how hard was it to empty JUN CC?
Pretty much have to unmount it, take it apart and flip the one end, not sure if there is an easy way - took 5 mins, more so took longer to let it drip out then anything.

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Emptied my JUN for the first time yesterday...probably around 1,000+ km.

Filled entire concentrate juice can full of the gunky mess. Running off both boost and non-boost side, but it looks like non-boost PCV side is the most used and most dirty. IMO if you are going run a catch can, and can only afford to do one, do PCV side!

Sure glad its not going back into my engine that's for sure
If you can only afford one catch can (like me), you could just do both sides with a T coming into your can like snoopy's DIY video... no reason not to.


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Just drained mine after ~4000km

its a good idea i installed a drain plug on both cc's. no hazzle to drain...i dont have to remove the cc, just loosen up the drain plug...








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its a good idea i installed a drain plug on both cc's. no hazzle to drain.
Awesome man! Nice work.

I just installed a Mashimoto catch can today. Figuring out the mounting placement was the hardest part. The Mashimoto intake nubs are 1/2. I ended up going to the auto parts store, and getting a same thread nub for 5/16" to fit the one side, and some 1/2" fuel line for the other. I'll do a small write up and install review later this weekend.

I DO want to do like you have with the drain line. The Mashimoto has a drain plug on the bottom already, so it;s just a matter of finding the right nub.

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seems pretty straightforward and the carbon fiber catch can for 75 bucks is a huge deal

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Awesome man! Nice work.

I just installed a Mashimoto catch can today. Figuring out the mounting placement was the hardest part. The Mashimoto intake nubs are 1/2. I ended up going to the auto parts store, and getting a same thread nub for 5/16" to fit the one side, and some 1/2" fuel line for the other. I'll do a small write up and install review later this weekend.

I DO want to do like you have with the drain line. The Mashimoto has a drain plug on the bottom already, so it;s just a matter of finding the right nub.
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Never heard of Mashimoto.... they any god?
Doh! I meant: Mishimoto.

Honestly it's too soon for me to speak to performance, as I just put it on yesterday. However, I can speak to its apparent quality. The CC seems very well built, is light, and looks really nice.

I got it because it was mentioned by Snoopy and I could have it delivered for $80 from amazon.

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Just got the mishimoto cc as well. Any ideas on the best mounting location. Looking to put this one on the PCV side. I was playing around with a few spots today, but I can't seem to find a spot to keep it upright.
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If anyone's interested I have an un-used Mishimoto CC for sale.
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I have a $20 one off ebay, and this isnt even 2000 miles. Makes me sad that 18,000 miles went through the motor before I put this on.




Why do some look like pure used oil, and mine almost looks like a beer? lol Mine is installed like the video he posted in the first post.

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yeah that's some condensation righ there uh huh.
If it matters, our weather is all over the place. Normally we have had a good amount of snow by now, but its only snowed once and then it hit 45 that day. Today is a high of 28, but in a couple days its supposed to be mid 60s, and Im going on a bike trip. lol

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!IMPORTANT NOTICE!

!DO NOT HOOK YOUR CCV AND PCV TO THE SAME CAN!

I'm working on a solution to a potentially very hazardous situation for cold climate GC owners, better safe than sorry atm.
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