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Catchcans for D22 ZD30 motor
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Old 29-10-2019, 02:26 PM
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Probably a bit late for me to be asking this question with my old motor but, I'm interested to see what brand of catchcans are being used and opinions.
Also wondering if I should take out my intercooler and wash it out. it's done a few K's since it was installed back in 2015.
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Old 30-10-2019, 07:58 AM
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Provent 200 hands down.

I've tried a couple of others like HPD cans etc but none have done as good of a job at separating as the provent.

Just make sure you get one of the genuine ones not a cheap chinese knock off.
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My cheap Chinese one was shit to fit but works ok I guess, catches oil anyway, which it didn't do before. The inlet and outlet sizes were a lot bigger than my stock hoses. I do need to fit a drain tap tho, my current set up is a bolt with a hose clamp...
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