Last Updated
15 September, 2004

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Installing a
Greddy Catch Can

Here are some photos of my GReddy Catch Can installation. Hopefully, in the next few days I'll get around to detailing the installation.

Finally, remember that this is only a guide -- not gospel. What you do to YOUR vehicle is YOUR responsibility. I do not endorse, approve, authorize, or otherwise encourage you to make alterations to your vehicle. Be careful, and recognize the dangers associated with modifications to your vehicle's critical systems, like electrical, engine, brakes, etc.

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Here is the support bracket for my Apexi Power Intake. I decided to mount the catch can on this bracket.
Apexi-Bracket.jpg (155805 bytes)

I cut a piece of 1/8" aluminum sheet into a triangular shape, with two holes at the top for attaching to the bracket, and two holes down the middle for attaching to the catch can.
I mounted the aluminum bracket to the catch can with rubber washers and stainless steel bolts, then secured it to the intake bracket. I have some better photos somewhere, but here's a view from the top of the catch can:
Bracket_Top_View-01.jpg (101180 bytes)
Catch_Can_Mount-02.jpg (102033 bytes)
I placed some rubber bumpers on the bottom of the catch can where it rests against the metal bracket below it. It simply rests on this plate -- it isn't secured to it.
CatchCan_NewHose-02.JPG (108925 bytes)
CatchCan_NewHose-04.JPG (139824 bytes)

Tools/Materials Needed

  • 10mm, 12mm, 13mm sockets with assorted extensions

  • 10mm, 12mm, 13mm combination wrench

  • 5/8" I.D. heater hose

  • Hose clamps

  • Mounting hardware

Doing It

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