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  • Last Activity: 06-28-2019 12:21 PM
  • Join Date: 11-14-2001


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  1. 06-08-2017 09:10 AM
    Hey there,

    I have gone through your questionnaire on your website and I am looking into a catch can system through you, however, I am not sure I was able to communicate everything I needed to via your questionnaire so I thought it easier to message you.

    I have a stroker LQ4 (No Valve from valley cover) with an LS3 top end, however the valve covers I have are from a DR525 GM performance crate motor and have two threaded AN fittings on the driver side, an oil fill cap on the passenger side, and a breather hose fitting on the front of the passenger valve cover as well.

    I am hoping you can help me out with a catch can setup / PCV setup for this. I want to mount to the passenger cylinder head, and I am hoping for 600HP N/A right now, but down the road might want more.
  2. mightyquickz28
    03-30-2017 08:04 AM
    Hi, I was spinning thru the 'pic's of front mount turbos' thread and saw an interesting picture where the radiator, standing up, but instead of cutting the support, it appeared to be inserted in front of the support where the stock windshield liquid bottle is located. Do you know if that setup cooled sufficiently? If it did, do you by chance have the radiator part number? Thanks!
  3. 04-25-2016 11:25 AM
    I purchased your pcv gen 4 can. do I leave the factory pcv valve in the drivers side valve cover and run the hose from that to the can? ive looked at the instructions but it didn't say whether or not to leave the factory pcv valve in. its a 6.0 truck motor with 78 mm turbo
  4. ZL1Killa
    09-17-2015 02:10 PM
    yeh thats what I found. I followed your write up about the dual pump install on the cheap, and looked at New Era and ordered a pump. I might install a 2nd pump, but at a later date, as I'm still running the factory fuel pump line on that single 255...if I go with 2, I will need to remove factory metal line and install AN. Not ready to do that yet
  5. ZL1Killa
    09-11-2015 09:26 PM
    hey, for a 2001 trans am ws6, do you have any idea nowadays what the options are for drop in in tank fuel pumps? I would prefer to stay away from racetronix...not sure if direct from walbro is better or not, but my racetronix after 5 years and at the most 20k miles it died. I had to jumper my 2nd pump to always run now
  6. 12-28-2014 09:23 AM
    Did you see how I retained the dust shields on my install?You sould offer that as an option.
    06-02-2014 02:50 PM
    if you have a question about my catch cans its [email protected] or my other stuff [email protected]
  8. dadkins
    06-02-2014 01:15 PM
    Kurt Urban suggested that I get in touch with you, we are looking for a Cad drawing for a
    LS or LSX Engine block
    David Adkins
    [email protected]
  9. 11-22-2013 02:56 PM
    hey mighty mouse i have a l33 with a ls6 intake do you have a catch can that would work on this set up (black)
    thanks Robert
  10. 08-16-2013 08:50 AM
    do you include a bracket to attach the catch can on my procharged formula 1999.

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