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post #1 of 10 Old 09-16-2011, 10:37 PM Thread Starter
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REV EXTREME CATCH CAN DIY INSTALL

REV EXTREME CATCH CAN DIY CAMARO L99

I like the look and build quality of the Catch Can pretty cool and helpfull little mod. The item arrived quickly.


Ill post the Oil change results at my next oil change


TOOLS NEEDED
Ratchet

15 mm 11mm sockets

Razor blade


DIY NOTES:

I run my car with the Engine cover off, I will be getting a longer hose and tucking it away in the future to make it look a bit cleaner

Ill also be adding hose clamps as well

Having big mits isnt much of a help having a buddy with smaller hands helps






















We tucked the drain clear hose neatly away


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post #2 of 10 Old 09-18-2011, 01:32 PM
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OK....where do we send the check for the good install pics? WAY better than our current instructions. Awesome job
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post #3 of 10 Old 09-18-2011, 10:19 PM
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how are u suppose to look at any products on the RevXtreme website when it shows nothing under the "products" tab?

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send sc2150 a PM he will help you

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post #5 of 10 Old 10-09-2011, 10:55 PM
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how are u suppose to look at any products on the RevXtreme website when it shows nothing under the "products" tab?
Websites are overrated.

All kidding aside, RevX is pretty legit with what they offer. I've known a bunch of their happy customers from other websites. (N2S, assuming it's the same RX.)

This is a must have mod, really.

Where they really excel is with a bigger canister and a substrate material that gives the passing oil something to which it can cling. It's no secret that the small, clear plastic jar things with the sponges in them that people like to get from Home Depot aren't functional at all.

Not only do they fill quickly, they also let most of the oil pass through due to volume constraints and a lack of a real medium for the oil to attach.

This is a winner all the way around.
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post #6 of 10 Old 10-10-2011, 06:43 PM
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this is only for the L99 correct?

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I can't speak for them, but I can't see why it would work on one but not the other.

Hopefully they'll pop in to set us straight.
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The LS 3 uses the valley cover to evac the crankcase, but if the motor is built (cam, heads, big cube, or FI) the valley cover does not provide proper flow so both should use the drivers side rear valve cover fitting. A stock LS3 is fine using the valley cover.

The single valve unit is for NA and top mount superchargers and the dual valve is for Turbo or front mount super charger applications where the intake manifold gets pressurized under boost.

The same unit is used for LS3 or L99. The L99 does not have the valley cover vent system so it is good for any build. The LS3 uses the same valve covers and just has a rubber cap on the nipple. The valley cover would be capped if using the valve cover on the LS3's.

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ok this doesnt help at all...and the instructions that i downloaded are a little misleading.
anybody have better pics and instructions for V6 install?
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