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    RACE ENGINEERING Oil Catch Can

    RE Racing Oil Can
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    I have been reading somethings on these and I have some questions

    1- do I need one
    2- who sells them
    3- do I only need one if I install a external intercooler
    4- do you hook it to the hose that conects to the breather
    5- what will happen if I dont run one

    Thanks I am about to install my mods and dont want to forget anything

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    do you NEED one? no.

    do you want one? ... i suppose that's subjective. wth the stock crank ventilation system, all the oil, fumes, whatever else goes into the air intake, coats the air intake tubes, coats the supercharger impeller and housing, spits into the intercooler and gets all over the core, goes thru the intake manifold and coats the runners.

    this alone creates friction for air flow and WILL hurt performance over time. if u leave the stock system spitting the oil into the intake, you should be taking everything apart and cleaning it periodically IF you want to maintain top performance at all times.

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    Malte, that looks really nice.

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    what is the diff with the RE catch can and the Jaz catch can?

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    RE is aluminum, Jazz is plastic, both do the same thing. I like the RE better as it looks to be a bolt in item. The Jazz you have to modify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk
    RE is aluminum, Jazz is plastic, both do the same thing. I like the RE better as it looks to be a bolt in item. The Jazz you have to modify.
    Ok, i have the Jaz one and was just seeing if there was a diff, or a reason to switch to the metal one cuz it looks cool as shit.

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    What's the price of the RE compared to the Jaz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by watermedic
    What's the price of the RE compared to the Jaz?
    What he said. This is great a bolt in can for us.

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    I will check on the price.

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