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    dose any one has the installation of Jet Draft Catch Can System

    dose any one has the installation of Jet Draft Catch Can System.


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    I just installed 5 minutes ago. He doesn't send instructions cause it is very easy and only takes a few minutes. I will write what he told me in an email.


    There are no directions for the catch can. Mostly, remove the oem oil canister, this will leave you with 2 fitting open on the motor.
    1) is the top of the head- 3/4barb where the catch can clamps to.
    2) the bottom of the block- 1/4barb that the can drains back into motor.

    the catch can should fit snug between the 3/4barb fitting and the elec. box sheild, so that it doesnt go anywhere.



    It is straight forward. You are removing the black box that is in front of the electrical box. There are two screws that you take out. Unhook the clamp and hose that are attached to the upper part. Then there is a small hose that goes out the bottom. When installing the catch can, you will need to remove the electrical box cover to get the catch can in place. Very easy to do. If you have any other questions, pm me and I will get it on my phone. I'll answer as soon as possible. I'm installing some other things now. Hope this helps!

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    thanks a lot . could you please send a photo . thank s==

    Quote Originally Posted by ercBOOSTED View Post
    I just installed 5 minutes ago. He doesn't send instructions cause it is very easy and only takes a few minutes. I will write what he told me in an email.


    There are no directions for the catch can. Mostly, remove the oem oil canister, this will leave you with 2 fitting open on the motor.
    1) is the top of the head- 3/4barb where the catch can clamps to.
    2) the bottom of the block- 1/4barb that the can drains back into motor.

    the catch can should fit snug between the 3/4barb fitting and the elec. box sheild, so that it doesnt go anywhere.



    It is straight forward. You are removing the black box that is in front of the electrical box. There are two screws that you take out. Unhook the clamp and hose that are attached to the upper part. Then there is a small hose that goes out the bottom. When installing the catch can, you will need to remove the electrical box cover to get the catch can in place. Very easy to do. If you have any other questions, pm me and I will get it on my phone. I'll answer as soon as possible. I'm installing some other things now. Hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by portland View Post
    thanks a lot . could you please send a photo . thank s==
    Our main computer is currently down but I do have these pics to show the 2 hose connections.

    ercboost is correct but there will be instructions. Its a very simple install and will be a even easier install with directions I guess.
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    Danny Dildoski looks as though that one needs emptied!!!!!!!!

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    Quick question. Are you supposed to leave the valve closed and then empty and then unhook the catch can to empty or are you supposed to leave the valve open and let it run back in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ercBOOSTED View Post
    Quick question. Are you supposed to leave the valve closed and then empty and then unhook the catch can to empty or are you supposed to leave the valve open and let it run back in?
    leave the cockpit open, unless you are trouble shooting a engine problem and want to meter/view the overflow like Mr. Reid has found.

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    you mean i have to block where you mention in the first pic. and where the off on hose will go

    Quote Originally Posted by JD 1 View Post
    Our main computer is currently down but I do have these pics to show the 2 hose connections.

    ercboost is correct but there will be instructions. Its a very simple install and will be a even easier install with directions I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by portland View Post
    you mean i have to block where you mention in the first pic. and where the off on hose will go
    no blocking of anything is needed. there are 2 hose connections on the catch can. The 2 hoses go to the 2 locations. Your done!

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    Does this system hook into the intake for crankcase vacuum?

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