Administrators gav240z Posted March 3, 2021 Administrators Share Posted March 3, 2021 Hi Everyone, Since I converted to Triple Mikuni's I lost my PCV valve on my intake manifold and my block ventilation (crank case) also has nowhere to plumb to. I'm keen on plumbing both points to an oil catch can, if not for any other reason than to stop getting oily residue in my engine bay, but also there does seem to be some benefit to running them in general. (See video) below. I'm just looking for feedback / photos on how you mounted yours and if you bought 1 that worked well? I was going to fabricate 1, but given how cheap some of them are, it seems worth selecting something off the shelf, but it would be nice if it looked in keeping with the engine bay and time period also (bit of an ask I know). I'm thinking of mounting mine below the ignition coil area and utilising existing threads/holes in the engine bay (not wanting to drill new ones). Be nice if it was easy to clean/empty without making a mess too. Oh and I tend to like the clean PVC hose look too! hah. A few ideas to kick things off. https://jdmlegends.com/products/1973-240z https://www.zcarblog.com/tag/rocketbunny https://www.classiczcars.com/forums/topic/55185-lets-see-your-catch-can/ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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