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    Start up after new catch can install

    https://youtu.be/EC-fT0H1D-g

    Installed a new catch can - had -10AN fittings welded to steel freeze plug inserts and put in the valve covers.
    Changing directions on the turbo. I went too big and it is just not working out like I want it.
    Downsizing to an S478/87 Forced Inductions unit.
    Hopefully i get it in time to make KD Midnight Madness this weekend.
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    Sounds good! Do you have a 3rd line exiting the catch can recirculating back into the intake tube? Or just the two lines from each VC going to the can?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5.0calypso93lx View Post
    Sounds good! Do you have a 3rd line exiting the catch can recirculating back into the intake tube? Or just the two lines from each VC going to the can?
    Just 2 lines going from each VC to the can. Being on E85 I dont want to put that back into the intake.
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    9.99 @ 135.53MPH 1.40 60ft
    6.36 @ 108.14MPH 1.40 60ft 1/8mile
    2006 Mustang GT Premiun - VS Racing 7875 / 4.6L 3V SBE / 4R70W trans / DL 3.55 gears

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    No Sir! That car aint stock. LOL! Sounds nice.

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