When we left you last time, we had equipped our Mustang up with our prototype dual-can setup, and we sent the vehicle out for some road use. Since we would be testing other components (intake and intercooler) at the same time, dyno pulls would also be conducted with this setup installed.
After just 300 miles of road use, this is what we found.
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Last time, we selected the mounting brackets for our dual can setup. As mentioned earlier in our thread, we would be performing real-world road testing to determine if both lines accumulate byproduct. Our next task was to develop and install some lines for testing.
First, we tackled the breather line, which ties in between the … Continue Reading ››
Now that we had a good idea of where to start with this project, our team began by selecting the appropriate catch can for the Mustang.
Catch Can Selection
We have two options in catch cans. Our standard baffled oil catch can is shown below.
This innovative catch can features a slew of high-quality CNC-machined components. The unit … Continue Reading ››
Does it need a catch can?
This question is on the minds of many vehicle enthusiasts. If it doesn’t add power, why would I want it? Why should I waste my money on it? All valid questions here. True, a catch can install will not add power to your vehicle, but that does not … Continue Reading ››
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