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My homemade catchcan

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    Junior Member Ain't Right's Avatar
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    My homemade catchcan

    Just set up photobucket and not sure if this will work. I made this catchcan nearly a year ago and works great! Airflow goes in the side and out the top through the second inner chamber. Both chambers have steel wool in them. The grey cone is a lawnmower blade balancer. All the pvc, hoses, and connectors ran about $12. It hides inside the front passenger fender and is easily accessible through the bottom hatch where you change running lights. I simply cut pipe to fit the length of pre-existing pvc parts. Hopefully this link works.
    Http://s1210.photobucket.com/albums/cc415/tedr2/

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    Here ya go man, its easier this way. You just gotta copy the IMG link onto here and the pics will show. On a side note, I think adding some black paint over it would looks good on it













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    Looks good, little bit of black paint would go a long way
    Main thing is it works

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    Had gotten some pewter spray to match the car but ended up in a hurr and just stuck it there so I could hit the road and try it out and never bothered. Pulled it out to drain a few times and never felt like bothering to paint it but will this next time. Thanks for purting the pics on here for me. My Iphone jerkn around and i have to hand write then type the link because it wont copy/paste from that site :/

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    Good work!

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    Thanks!

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