by rocksteady Dec 31, 2017
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Any update on this? Has this been tested yet? really interested in this idea as a catch can can run $400-600 usd.. so this is brilliant.

Where do you tie in the PCV Valve at the intake manifold? I still want to run that. I currently have them t'eed into each other, with a one way check valve going to the turbo inlet.

You could still use the stock pcv fittings with the check valve i just dont think it makes much of a difference and i try to elimante as many potential boost leaks as possible from the system by deleting the line amd check valve going TO the intake manifold. But again you can just use the stock fitings amd check valve it would still work just fine.

Very interested in this. Where exactly in the engine bay can you fit it? (Blobeye STI rhd)
Also what is the best filament to use for the heat? ABS?
Great looking design btw, love it.

Id probably say abs i made 2 out of petg but i think abs might be the better option.

Awesome cheers. I will possibly wait til you beef up the fittings as you said to zefoxe.

Has anyone tested this yet? Can it withstand the heat from engine bay+oil?

i gave one to a friend i made out of petg but im not sure if he had a chance to test it yet id like to do one in abs. also when i get some time im going to beef up the fittings a little bit. i have made and used the brackets on a few aluminum catch cans and they have worked great!