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Old 07-22-2008, 02:38 PM   #1
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Old 07-22-2008, 03:21 PM   #2
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looks nice! what do you use as filter media?

also is there a drain at the bottom or do you have to take it apart?
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It has a very porous plastic/foam filter in the top of the tank, and the bottom half of the tank screws off to empty it.
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Nice design but a bit high maintenance IMO. There's no way to see where the fluid level is.

What size is that? 2" or 3"
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Can is made of 2" pvc & is 8" tall.
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thats pretty big! certainly enough to make emptying it a semi anual event depending on application(cars with forced induction would be more often).
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Yea it's a bit large, I wanted to use 1&1/2 pvc but my filtering material wouldn't fit. It doesn't look bad in the engine compartment, if you spray paint it black.
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I saw one of these for sale on ebay but it was called a bubbler.
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I was mistaken. This was listed as a PCV catch can on ebay.
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