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Old 06-08-2014, 05:51 PM
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hello fellow wrx owners I have a cusco oil catch can that iv had for quite sometime now and have held off trying to install it because of being a lazy cu*t .were is the best place to mount the shiny tin and is it hard to install by yourself or is it a workshop job cheers is thy advance

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hello fellow wrx owners I have a cusco oil catch can that iv had for quite sometime now and have held off trying to install it because of being a lazy cu*t .were is the best place to mount the shiny tin and is it hard to install by yourself or is it a workshop job cheers is thy advance

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give this a go, i followed it on my bugeye

DIY Hyperflow Catch Can Install - Rexnet Subaru Forums

For how they mounted it on battery you could bend a bracket out of this... http://www.bunnings.com.au/carinya-2...acket_p3960600 and then use that as installation, just an idea, mine works fine and cops havent seemed fussed about it.
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Hey guys i thought it would be more appropriate to post here asking for help rather then starting a new thread.

Got my Cusco oil catch can universal with 9mm piping the other day.

Need help on placement/installation tried the link above not working anymore. Been looking around still pretty confused. I'm thinking either in-front of battery or next to intercooler left side.
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Damn does anyone have any experience installing this? I'm kinda stuck, any words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated.. mostly just placement
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Change to a smaller battery and you will have plenty of room.
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Mine sit under the fuel filter - on the chassis rail, it's hidden & clips into place between the A/C lines & strut tower.
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Im looking at installing 2 in front of the radiator in the bumper. Easy to drain when i need to and they will be nice and hidden away.
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