BoostsFed wrote:i have ran that same catch can on my last rb; but i modified it slightly--added a filter on top.
block up the bottom port, it's for draining the oil.
two ways to run the catch can setup:
1) the top two ports: one port on the catch can go to the two outlets on your valve cover and the the 2nd port on the catch connect to the turbo's inlet pipe before the maf.
2) run both top ports on the catch can to each ports on both valve covers, and you MUST incorporate an extra opening to ventilate the catch can so that your engine can breath. this is important, as oil vapors can build up pressure and can destroy your turbo. i learned the hard way back then.
i ran my setup base on the 2nd method above.
So if the oil has no place to drain, i assume the vapors or what oil remains just stays in the can?