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    Homemade Catch Can

    Sorry fellas, but can someone please post the recipe for a quick and cheap homemade catch can for an 07 RXP ? A friend wants to put together a four inch intake to test Sunday and I told him he will need a catch can, but I need to be able to put it together in the morning from parts I can get at Home Depot, Lowes, and Auto Zone, Advance Auto, etc. Can someone please post some parts list, description or even better some pictures? Thanks in advance !!!!!!!!!


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    Eric i could not find the directions to the assembly of this one..This is the homemade catch can by GPRRXPSteve..I run these on mine and my wifes skis and have no problems..If you look at the parts you can almost figure out how it goes together..the smaller of the two barbed fittings goes on top for the filter and the bigger one goes horizontaly for the hose..The drain goes of corse on the bottom..Hope this helps...

    Oh ya dont forget to use PVC glue when assembling...


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    I followed the parts list for the most part, but went with a 1.5" "T". It fits very nicely. I mounted it to the side of the hull, using the hole from the trim piece. I have about 6 hours of rough water riding and the mount has held just fine.
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    HEre is the one i just did

    i think i did a 1.5 as well this time

    i dont see this moving much the way it is mounted
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    Thanks Guys !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    so you are glueing the endcaps on? i think it looks pretty sweet and in the market for one...just gonna make my own !

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    Yes you glue all three of the endcaps on with PVC cement...

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    Where is the best place to get these parts and the little filter?

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    Got mine at homedepot and the filter at advanced auto parts

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    what is a catchcan? for water?

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