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put them all into the same place, can't go wrong if they're all connected together...right?
I think there is a recurring theme here. Maybe it was Mykul who said the same thing, which means sloppy seconds for you. I appreciate, as always, that you enjoy it Bob. I enjoy documenting it.I would go from 'wishing i could make love to this thread' to 'finding a way to make love to this thread' :lol:
Do it dude. Piece of cake. Mine went after the crankcase vent before it goes up to the pcv valve.I may have to build myself a barbie catch can... i just like it so much, if only i knew which lines went where....
I know you are kidding, but if turning a piece of handmade function into a piece of poser form makes me ball-less, then consider me so. I may have to start a ball-less club. Maybe we'll have t shirts and start a 12 step program on how to cope with not being as cool as the kids with part store tuner mods and stickers and blingy flashy shit.No Balls. :jerkit:
I'm one of those guys who thinks the crankcase needs a fresh air in source. On a street car any way. Haven't we had this discussion before?If it comees from the block's breather nipples it goes to the can. Then vacuum on top or at the top, drain on the bottom. too easy.
I appreciate it.Let me know when T-Shirts go on sale. Great idea on the catch-can either way.
Thanks. Hopefully the info helps someone. Even if it's the person who buys the car next... "Hey, is that a water bottle..... what the fuck?"When i get closer to actually buildin one, i'll pm you, tons of info in this thread, car looks amazin. I'll take a shirt when you make em!
Yes. At least twice. I strongly feel that's why you are chasing leaks around.. but honestly, it's another conversation for another day.I don't think so.. maybe?
You the man. Now let's squeak 40mpg out of my Brighton for your commute. 3 inch wide pizza cutter tires... strip it down a couple hundred lbs.... tape all the body gaps and build a long splitter nose and tail like a tank body salt car.....thanks for the support jonny-o!
They are here. Somewhere. In a box in the trunk probably. And up for sale shortly.This car badly needs some grounding wires... red ones. Badly.
I know the feeling man. Glad you enjoyed it.That video made me go from 6 to midnight... Nice work gents.