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Old 09-17-2013, 09:59 PM
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To all of you out there with oil catch cans, I know there are a couple of companies that make them for the hemi's. I have another application that I am looking to install a catch can on, and the Hemi one looks like it would work pretty well from the size of it by looking at peoples installed pictures, however I was trying to find out the aprox size of the thing. I emailed Billet Technologies (or what ever the company is that makes them) asking them about how big the thing actually is and received and email back stating that they can't share the specs of their product to people. Really? Its not like I'm asking for instructions on how to copy it, I simply want to know about how big the can actually is. Can someone post the aprox height and diameter of these things?

I have a catch can on one of my cars but it is pretty big, and won't work for this other project I am working on and need something more compact.

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what kind of vehicle are you wanting to put it in? maybe its not so much the can itself but the bracket they use to install it. it brings the can high up on the install.

looks great on my truck, but like i said, it depends on what you're wanting to put it on
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Look at moroso, they have lots of different models, some being very small.

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Its for a Kia Spectra that I have and have turbo charged. I dong need super specific info, something as basic as like 3" x 6" is good enough. Just need an approxinate size. With all of the he is out there, some one has to be able to give me an idea lol again, appreciation in advance.
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BTW, I looked at the moroso cans and they look pretty awesome. Even better that the BT and similar cans. I can't believe how much these things cost though. Pretty crazy. I have just a standard non baffled can on my 06 3.8l Eclipse and I never really see any oil in there. That is the only car I've ever installed that is n/a. How much oil are these things usually supposed to collect on an engine without forced induction?
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A turbo Spectra!? Who woulda thunk it.
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BTW, I looked at the moroso cans and they look pretty awesome. Even better that the BT and similar cans. I can't believe how much these things cost though. Pretty crazy. I have just a standard non baffled can on my 06 3.8l Eclipse and I never really see any oil in there. That is the only car I've ever installed that is n/a. How much oil are these things usually supposed to collect on an engine without forced induction?
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What is the benefit of running a catch can? thanks
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