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Old 09-22-2010, 12:42 PM   #1
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Default Please help!!! Crawford Catchcan! help.

Ok..whos running them? Ive got an idea...but want a better one..what hoses go to where? Tough to see in the pic, but i'm running a garbage Catchcan Not a Crawford. If someone has a any detailed pics, an easy graph..anything that will help me get this setup id greatly appreciate it.
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Old 09-22-2010, 02:38 PM   #2
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I can't see you picture but if its a conventional catch can it won't be plumbed up anything like the Crawford air/oil separator. Crawford's site has instructions for there part. So what was your question???
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Old 09-22-2010, 03:54 PM   #3
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That vid, isnt that helpful..its shows a full stock car with a topmount.
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ok..heres a pic of it installed...now can someone tell me where these 3 open lines go? i know the top is a breather, so scratch that one...Crawford stated with High HP cars..just attach a small hose and a breather at the end or leave it open. Now what about the 2 side ones on opposite sides?
Also i bought this used off my friend..i noticed where the top line is, i took the hose off, there was dried up gook..it was brownish. If there is more of it in the can i dont want it recirculating back into my motor. Your thoughts guys, anyone else found that issue?
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http://www.iwsti.com/forums/2-5-lite...ns-thread.html

Look at that. That show's you exactly where to run the lines.
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The front line is almost sitting where you want to connect it, it goes to the coolant reservoir.

When you take the existing line off the reservoir, remove it from the turbo as well. Now you can take the rear line and attach it to the turbo.

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The front line is almost sitting where you want to connect it, it goes to the coolant reservoir.

When you take the existing line off the reservoir, remove it from the turbo as well. Now you can take the rear line and attach it to the turbo.

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Just call Crawford and get the instructions, its pretty easy to follow.
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