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    PR`s at it again, Riva catch can bracket

    I just wasn`t satisfied with the catch can mounting for the GTX`s. Riva should have at least install the hose barb facing the front, then you might have been able to use the bracket without the hose touching the exhaust manifold.
    Since I don`t have reverse anymore. I made this bracket to hold the can. it`s ridgid enough for the job and flexible enough so it doesn`t break.
    made a pattern/mock-up first fitting it the way I want it and then fabbed up the bracket, here`s a pic!...PR...
    Last edited by Pale Rider; 01-11-2008 at 11:07 PM.


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    looks good Andy

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    Neat set up Andy. Should work just fine and plenty of room to drain it.

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    That looks really nice. good work dude !!

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    Fine job!

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    Forgive my ignorance, but what is this catch can for? Is it lke in automotive applications for deleting the PCV system? What are the advantages of doing this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunken Sailor View Post
    Forgive my ignorance, but what is this catch can for? Is it lke in automotive applications for deleting the PCV system? What are the advantages of doing this?
    Thanks everyone

    Drunken Sailor:
    catch can is for containing the blow-by-products from the crankase.
    Then blow by products consist of water, oil, and gasoline. When mixed this was and introduced into the intake tract it is non-combustible and it contaminates the fresh incoming air fuel charge. This oily residue will stick to intercooler cores, air filter tubes, and SC wheel and housing. so this is one way to get cleaner air into the engine and keeping your IC`s cleaner...PR///

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    nice pale rider ,i never thought much of these till i pulled my stock ic couldnt believe the mount of slude on it ,i gotta get one of these

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    really cool .

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    Fine job as expected!

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