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Old 04-26-2011, 02:11 PM   #1
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My $32 home made catch can ... not simply a tin with fittings

Before you say "here we go ... another home made tin with pipe fittings and no baffles" ... check this out.

I pulled the throttle body off my Whipple to paint it on the weekend and found oil ... so time to fit a catch can.

I googled as much as I could and came to the conclusion that anything under $100-$150 was simply going to be a container with fittings.

I rang around all the local auto shops ... useless ... had no idea what I was talking about. No surprises there!

So seeings I wanted to fit one straight away, I decided to make a decent one myself.

So a trip to lowes and $32 later I came home with my shopping list.

2 1/2" PVC fittings: 2 x end caps, 2 x drain grates, 1 x joiner, 2 short lengths of pipe (approx 1" long each)

1 x chemical resistant scotch gray automotive scourer
2 x barbed & threaded chemical resistant nylon right angle hose fittings
Short length of fuel or vacuum line
1 x brass micro tap
short length of aluminum flat to make bracket + 2 small bolts with nuts
PVC joining compound
Thread seal compound
Oil resistant silicon sealant.

The following diagram should be explanatory ... make sure you use thread compound on the hose fittings and tap, PVC joint compound on the pipe and end caps, and silicon in and around the bracket bolts and also to join the fuel line onto the bottom of the inlet fitting.

Once everything has cured, sand, prime, paint, clear coat.

This took me a total of 3 hrs inducing fitting. I should point out that I EXTREMELY fussy ... and would never fit this to my car if it looked even remotely home made. I even took the time to file and sand the writing off the top of the end cap so it doesn't look like a PVC fitting.

I know the purists (and those selling the good units) will have something negative to say ... but I love doing things myself ... and I am really happy with result.

I should add that I am realistic and know that I'll need to blow it out with compressed air when I drain it to ensure the scotch pad does not get blocked and restrict air flow ... and I will eventually go for a CCA, Mike Norris or RX. But I was in a McGyver mood.



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Looks good for that little amount of money. I wonder how much oil it has caught so far?

Any results? I'm not critiquing just curious
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If you spent a ton of money on a blower and have your engine bay chromed out and painted, why not spend the 130 for a RX can that WORKS (not saying yours doesn't but we KNOW RX cans work though).

Either way it looks decent though!
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Old 04-26-2011, 02:43 PM   #6
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If you spent a ton of money on a blower and have your engine bay chromed out and painted, why not spend the 130 for a RX can that WORKS (not saying yours doesn't but we KNOW RX cans work though).

Either way it looks decent though!
So I did everything in the engine bay myself too ... fitted the blower, headers, CAI, painted everything. This was simply an extension of that. I'll do two things in a month ... remove the throttle body again to check oil build up, and drain the can to see what it's caught. That should tell me whether it's working on not.
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Old 04-26-2011, 02:44 PM   #7
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Looks good for that little amount of money. I wonder how much oil it has caught so far?

Any results? I'm not critiquing just curious
Only fitted it Sun night .. would have only done 10 miles since then.
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Before you say "here we go ... another home made tin with pipe fittings and no baffles" ... check this out.

I pulled the throttle body off my Whipple to paint it on the weekend and found oil ... so time to fit a catch can.

I googled as much as I could and came to the conclusion that anything under $100-$150 was simply going to be a container with fittings.

I rang around all the local auto shops ... useless ... had no idea what I was talking about. No surprises there!

So seeings I wanted to fit one straight away, I decided to make a decent one myself.

So a trip to lowes and $32 later I came home with my shopping list.

2 1/2" PVC fittings: 2 x end caps, 2 x drain grates, 1 x joiner, 2 short lengths of pipe (approx 1" long each)

1 x chemical resistant scotch gray automotive scourer
2 x 3/16' barbed x 1/4" threaded chemical resistant nylon right angle hose fittings
1 x brass micro tap
short length of aluminum flat to make bracket + 2 small bolts with nuts
PVC joining compound
Thread seal compound
Oil resistant silicon sealant.

The following diagram should be explanatory ... make sure you use thread compound on the hose fittings and tap, PVC joint compound on the pipe and end caps, and silicon in and around the bracket bolts and also to join the fuel line onto the bottom of the inlet fitting.

Once everything has cured, sand, prime, paint, clear coat.

This took me a total of 3 hrs inducing fitting. I should point out that I EXTREMELY fussy ... and would never fit this to my car if it looked even remotely home made. I even took the time to file and sand the writing off the top of the end cap so it doesn't look like a PVC fitting.

I know the purists (and those selling the good units) will have something negative to say ... but I love doing things myself ... and I am really happy with result.

I should add that I am realistic and know that I'll need to blow it out with compressed air when I drain it to ensure the scotch pad does not get blocked and restrict air flow ... and I will eventually go for a CCA, Mike Norris or RX. But I was in a McGyver mood.
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I am really impressed by the Drawings.

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I am really impressed by the Drawings.

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I am interested to see how well it works.
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Old 04-26-2011, 03:19 PM   #10
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I am really impressed by the Drawings.

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Thanks so much Ted ... that means a lot coming from you!

I should have photographed it as I made it ... but I just wanted to get it finished ... so when it turned out so well I thought I'd Photoshop up a drawing for others to follow.

I'm sure there are others out there like me who would like to get the real deal eventually ... but in the mean time has the ability to make something themselves that is better than the coffee tins with fittings on eBay for the same price.

I don't know how long it will last ... and only time will tell how well it works ... but boy I had fun making it ... and I'm very proud of how it turned out.
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Thanks so much Ted ... that means a lot coming from you!

I should have photographed it as I made it ... but I just wanted to get it finished ... so when it turned out so well I thought I'd Photoshop up a drawing for others to follow.

I'm sure there are others out there like me who would like to get the real deal eventually ... but in the mean time has the ability to make something themselves that is better than the coffee tins with fittings on eBay for the same price.

I don't know how long it will last ... and only time will tell how well it works ... but boy I had fun making it ... and I'm very proud of how it turned out.
I have been fabricating my own tools and gadgets my whole Life So I can Really Appreciate what you did.

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This should work! The PVC will not cool like metal for the condesing effect but it looks good!
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DAMN!! That is so awesome, I really want to do this myself. I also understand that the catch is a useful mod, but just cant justify spending $150 on an aluminum can that costs MAYBE $5 to make...
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Very very nice.

Two questions. Do we know if PVC will hold up to the toxic stuff that comes through the PCV system? As I understand it, when PVC is used as an air intake duct, the heat from the engine causes the pipe to release a gas that is detectable during oil analysis. Also is there any chance the scotchbite pad break down and fibers get sucked into the engine?

Other than the questions, your work on the drawings, design, and finished product is fantastic.
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Very very nice.

Two questions. Do we know if PVC will hold up to the toxic stuff that comes through the PCV system? As I understand it, when PVC is used as an air intake duct, the heat from the engine causes the pipe to release a gas that is detectable during oil analysis. Also is there any chance the scotchbite pad break down and fibers get sucked into the engine?

Other than the questions, your work on the drawings, design, and finished product is fantastic.
I't won't get excessively hot where it is ... I have driven around and then stopped and felt it ... hardly warm at all. The way the scotchbrite isn't going to break down either ... I've used them soaked in paint thinners and they hold together fine.

I'll keep an eye on it though when I drain and clean it to make sure nothing untoward comes out of it.

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I't won't get excessively hot where it is ... I have driven around and then stopped and felt it ... hardly warm at all. The way the scotchbrite isn't going to break down either ... I've used them soaked in paint thinners and they hold together fine.

I'll keep an eye on it though when I drain and clean it to make sure nothing untoward comes out of it.

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DAMN!! That is so awesome, I really want to do this myself. I also understand that the catch is a useful mod, but just cant justify spending $150 on an aluminum can that costs MAYBE $5 to make...
I'll give you $10 for every $5 can you can make....double your $$
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If you spent a ton of money on a blower and have your engine bay chromed out and painted, why not spend the 130 for a RX can that WORKS (not saying yours doesn't but we KNOW RX cans work though).

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Are you joking?? That product he made is amazing at the cost. There is no reason it would not work. Gonna put a dent in catch can sales for sure.
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