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    catch can location

    I am having a tough time with the location of my fizzle catch can. I have a 2005 RXT and the bracket doesnt seem to fit well even if I were to bend it. Can you guys post pics of your location.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMonster View Post
    I am having a tough time with the location of my fizzle catch can. I have a 2005 RXT and the bracket doesnt seem to fit well even if I were to bend it. Can you guys post pics of your location.
    a 90 degree bend in the bracket usually does the trick

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    any pics of anyones catch can setup?

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    Here you go man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    a 90 degree bend in the bracket usually does the trick
    pm sent

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    thanks man appreciate it.
    I have an 05 rxt and for some reason my fuse box and started relay are located right next to where the bracket to mount it is supposed to go..

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    My 08 GTX has the fuse box / relays right in the way as well, bit less than a 90 bend around the front of the manifold had it sorted.

    Make sure you have the stainless bracket from fizzle as the aluminium one wont last if bent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_man_luke View Post
    My 08 GTX has the fuse box / relays right in the way as well, bit less than a 90 bend around the front of the manifold had it sorted.

    Make sure you have the stainless bracket from fizzle as the aluminium one wont last if bent.
    can you post up a pic of yours?

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    Here is my catch can set up!
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    Ill grab a pic tonight

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