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Si Speed 317

04-11-2011, 12:56 AM

This has always been a hot topic of discussion, hopefully this will make everything clear and simple.

A 'catch can' is essentially just a can that catches any blow-by oil from your PCV (Positive Crankcase Ventilation) and VC (Valve Cover) ports. In our case, we want a ventilated catch can. A stock K20 motor's PCV valve is just that - a valve. It's actually a check valve. It's made to allow ventilation when your motor is in vacuum. When your motor sees boost (through forced induction, of course) this valve will close, preventing any ventilation from your PCV valve. We want this to be open during both vacuum and boost, so that we can get our blow-by to see our catch can instead of the inside of our motor/charge pipes/turbo. We are also going to route our VC ventilation port to the catch can. Here is how we setup our catch cans:

http://img38.imageshack.us/img38/4453/ccdiagram.jpg

PCV Valve, #1. Remove the vacuum hose and this valve. Punch or drill out the guts. Cap off your IM (intake manifold) port, #4, and secure with a small zip tie. Reinstall PCV valve, and connect this to the port on the catch can, #3. Now, your VC breather, #2 needs to be connected to the other port on your catch can, #3. The only thing you need to figure out on your own is where to mount your catch can. Be sure to secure any smaller vacuum lines with a zip tie.

Hope this clears things up! Feel free to rep me, bottom left of my post :thumb:


Also, I forgot to add that adding steel wool to the inside of your catch can helps separate the oil from the air. Definitely a good idea to add :thumb:


Yoklus

04-11-2011, 02:20 AM

Good info for boosted ppl.


boosted_teg

04-11-2011, 10:07 AM

could you just put a small filter on the valve cover and a filter on the check valve (when drilled out)?


If you place two 10an bungs on the back of the valve cover, cap the check valve and run the lines to a catchcan, that would essentially work.

we placed a catchcan where the battery use to be, two lines to the valve cover, and two lnes to the oil pan (releave pressure there also)

http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/208437_10150159244931740_502766739_6538119_5024526 _n.jpg

The bottom two lines were capped for the photos, we didnt have enough time to createthe lines for the car show
http://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/217099_10150159242116740_502766739_6538108_545893_ n.jpg


Si Speed 317

04-11-2011, 10:10 AM

could you just put a small filter on the valve cover and a filter on the check valve (when drilled out)?
You could, but this is about being environmentally safe and doing things properly. Many people have done it, but you have to constantly keep cleaning the air filter, and whatever the excess drips on. Much better off just running a catch can, plus you can see everything that comes out :thumb:


PetefromtheStreets

04-12-2011, 08:47 PM

How about ppl post pics of their catch cans.


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highspeedsi

04-12-2011, 11:07 PM

i should probably get on this, especially considering i have one sitting in my closet haha


PetefromtheStreets

04-13-2011, 12:18 AM

i should probably get on this, especially considering i have one sitting in my closet haha

Lol. I gotta have one made.


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Si Speed 317

04-13-2011, 11:34 PM

Yea, everyone should post up their setups. Lets get some activity in here


PetefromtheStreets

04-14-2011, 10:24 AM

Yea, everyone should post up their setups. Lets get some activity in here

Once mine is made I'll post it up.


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Si Speed 317

04-14-2011, 11:29 AM

Awesome. Know how you're going to do it and what can you're going to use?


I'm running open dump tube... so just letting it vent to the ground....


Si Speed 317

04-14-2011, 12:38 PM

You're letting your blow by just dump to the ground? Lol, at least run a catch can so you can see what you're catching. Plus it's safer on the environment


PetefromtheStreets

04-14-2011, 02:32 PM

Awesome. Know how you're going to do it and what can you're going to use?

It's going to be an all custom can. Fit to fill some of the space left over from removing the RSX factory air box. Were going to mass produce them once it's all mocked up on my car. I know that 2 vents are gonibg to come from my valve cover and the factory vent is getting closed off.


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Si Speed 317

04-14-2011, 02:45 PM

Nice, I bet I know a forum you can become a vendor on :lildevil:


PetefromtheStreets

04-14-2011, 03:12 PM

Nice, I bet I know a forum you can become a vendor on :lildevil:

Lmao. I'll be surest let you guys know when they are going to be released.


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Si Speed 317

04-14-2011, 05:55 PM

Sounds good, can't wait to see what it looks like. I love custom/new stuff


PetefromtheStreets

04-14-2011, 07:25 PM

Sounds good, can't wait to see what it looks like. I love custom/new stuff

Yup most definitely. I like the one off custom stuff too. Hopefully it will be done in the next couple weeks.


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It's going to be an all custom can. Fit to fill some of the space left over from removing the RSX factory air box. Were going to mass produce them once it's all mocked up on my car. I know that 2 vents are gonibg to come from my valve cover and the factory vent is getting closed off.


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You're letting your blow by just dump to the ground? Lol, at least run a catch can so you can see what you're catching. Plus it's safer on the environment

Yeah I'm just dumping it to the ground. I used to have a universal catch can but it looked horrible and cheap. Then I got into my tucking and etc and decided to can the can lol

I'd run a can again if Adm here hooks me up with a custom one and I want to run AN fittings to the valve cover. I love that.


PetefromtheStreets

04-14-2011, 11:20 PM

Yeah I'm just dumping it to the ground. I used to have a universal catch can but it looked horrible and cheap. Then I got into my tucking and etc and decided to can the can lol

I'd run a can again if Adm here hooks me up with a custom one and I want to run AN fittings to the valve cover. I love that.

Spaz- I got you man. Once mine gets done I'll mock another one up for you and send you some pics o how the thing looks and you can either Ok it or Ne it.lol


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Spaz- I got you man. Once mine gets done I'll mock another one up for you and send you some pics o how the thing looks and you can either Ok it or Ne it.lol


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WOOOT :wiggle::wiggle:


PetefromtheStreets

04-14-2011, 11:46 PM

WOOOT :wiggle::wiggle:

I'll let you know what kinda pricing were looking at. It's me and the shop I'm friends with that are making em. So for your sake we'll try and keep it as clean lookin as possible lol


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Si Speed 317

04-15-2011, 02:45 AM

Yup most definitely. I like the one off custom stuff too. Hopefully it will be done in the next couple weeks.


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If you like one-off custom stuff then you'll like my new mani and downpipe :pimp:

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PetefromtheStreets

04-16-2011, 01:17 AM

If you like one-off custom stuff then you'll like my new mani and downpipe :pimp:

:backtotopic:

Pics?


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Si Speed 317

04-16-2011, 09:26 AM

Pics?


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I'll take em when I get my manifold, should be here this week :iorun:


PetefromtheStreets

04-16-2011, 09:31 AM

I'll take em when I get my manifold, should be here this week :iorun:

Cool cool. I'll be waiting.


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Si Speed 317

04-16-2011, 06:56 PM

Posting em shortly in my build thread :thumb:


vdubkilla

04-22-2011, 10:24 PM

I am running two -10 an bungs off the back of the valve cover to a catch can with a -10 drain back to the oil pan .Works perfectly the pcv port on the block is left open and nothing comes out .If the pcv fitting on the block doesn't have a vac*** to pull it open then it stays closed and nothing comes out .I have the valve cover barb capped off and the intake port on passenger side should be capped also with this type of set up .


PetefromtheStreets

04-23-2011, 01:59 AM

I am running two -10 an bungs off the back of the valve cover to a catch can with a -10 drain back to the oil pan .Works perfectly the pcv port on the block is left open and nothing comes out .If the pcv fitting on the block doesn't have a vac*** to pull it open then it stays closed and nothing comes out .I have the valve cover barb capped off and the intake port on passenger side should be capped also with this type of set up .

Pics??


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Si Speed 317

04-23-2011, 05:48 PM

:yeahthat: Great info tho


vdubkilla

04-24-2011, 10:19 AM

I dont have any good pics of it right now .I will take some next week when I get the car back together with the new turbo and manifold


PetefromtheStreets

04-24-2011, 10:21 AM

What turbo is on there now?


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vdubkilla

04-24-2011, 10:44 PM

I had a gt3076r single scroll T3 just bought a T4 divided 35r


PetefromtheStreets

04-24-2011, 11:50 PM

I had a gt3076r single scroll T3 just bought a T4 divided 35r

Damn. Playing with the big dogs there.


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Si Speed 317

04-25-2011, 03:46 PM

Yea, you really are. I'm psyched for the GT30R :spaz:


vdubkilla

04-25-2011, 04:04 PM

gonna tune for 500 or so on the street 650-700 on q16 then build bottom end in the fall and crank things up on the race fuel for next season


PetefromtheStreets

04-25-2011, 04:23 PM

It's funny how these motors just take this much abuse.


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vdubkilla

04-25-2011, 04:58 PM

yeah you wouldnt think of that much power out of a b series stock bottom end


PetefromtheStreets

04-25-2011, 10:04 PM

yeah you wouldnt think of that much power out of a b series stock bottom end

A b series deff wouldn't make it through lol.


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Si Speed 317

04-26-2011, 11:09 AM

They really wouldn't. K-Series FTW!


PetefromtheStreets

04-26-2011, 04:18 PM

Hell to the yeahthat


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fg2taffysi

07-19-2013, 04:34 PM

i plan on running two an fittings off the valve cover to a catch can and one from the pcv valve to the catch can (pcv will be replaced with a 14mm to 10-an fitting so it will allways be open) will that work fine?


vdubkilla

07-20-2013, 12:05 AM

The fittings off the vc will suffice but opening up the pcv will also help vent it more I suppose.I spoke to you at 8th fest about the cc .I was the older guy with the teal hatch and walked over and complimented your catch can. I forget who made it but it was a nice lookin cc I don't think you had it hooked up yet but it was in the bay .I run two -10 an fittings off my vc and am boosted to about 24 lbs my pcv is not open just unhooked it to keep oil vapor out of the engine intake tract .


fg2taffysi

07-20-2013, 12:55 AM

The fittings off the vc will suffice but opening up the pcv will also help vent it more I suppose.I spoke to you at 8th fest about the cc .I was the older guy with the teal hatch and walked over and complimented your catch can. I forget who made it but it was a nice lookin cc I don't think you had it hooked up yet but it was in the bay .I run two -10 an fittings off my vc and am boosted to about 24 lbs my pcv is not open just unhooked it to keep oil vapor out of the engine intake tract .

It was nice meeting you. On your two vc fittings do you have them baffled at all? So it dosnt fill the catch can with alot of oil ? vdubkilla


vdubkilla

07-20-2013, 09:57 AM

No no baffles they are just two -10 an fittings welded onto the v/c and my catch can has a drain that drains back to the oil pan so it's a maintenance free catch can no draining needed it drains itself back to the pan .


fg2taffysi

07-20-2013, 07:52 PM

No no baffles they are just two -10 an fittings welded onto the v/c and my catch can has a drain that drains back to the oil pan so it's a maintenance free catch can no draining needed it drains itself back to the pan .

I'm just thinking if I will be better off to just cap the pcv / or leave it there and not connect the line so it allways closed.since I will have plenty of venting from the valve cover that seems what most people do. Like your setup, or if should connect that to catch can as well it only seems people run the pcv to the catch can when they only use the oem barb from the valve cover.


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