Well, after my disappointing trip to Home Depot yesterday, I took a few hours after work to delve into the automotive parts suppliers in my area. I stopped at AutoZone first and showed them a printout of the seperator and wouldn't you know it, the very FIRST person I spoke with directed me to it. All this time, it was RIGHT THERE next to the automotive tools and I just ignored it every other time I had frequented that place. The Campbell Hausfeld I picked up was blue, it didn't come with the hose ends so he obliged and pointed 2 products to the left and there they were. 3/8" gold hose ends. I guess I can use my existing unopened package of Type-R Flexible Hosing I bought last month to rig the entire thing.
I also managed to pick up SpectrePerformance Stainless Steel Mesh Cone Air Filter, it cost me $44 but it's massive ! The opening is 4" [utilizes removable 2 smaller stepped sleeves inside to acheive fitment to a 3" or 3 1/2" opening].....
..........every story has a but.......after purchasing it, I went to Pep-Boys and bought a few small odds and ends and I was waiting behind this kid who was purchasing a K&N Cone filter and that s.o.b. who priced the filters put them in the system at $47.99 - a $3 difference for a filter that was 10x's better.
Oh well.......now, how to figure the mounting of the Catch Can.
between your valve cover and your intake. the hose that runs there should be removed, run hose to the valve cover, to one side of the 'seperator' then from the other side to the intake. can't remember if it's the pcv or the one that's open.
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