JLT Catch Can

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  1. HF11CAT

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    Just installed catch can. One of the easiest jobs I've ever done on a car.
    Took 5 minutes to fit and looks great.

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    Oil catch can is a MUST
     

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    Does anyone have a pic of what this particular JLT can looks like on the inside? Thanks!
     
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    What do you mean on the inside?
     
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    image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg I now have matching catch cans from JLT and boy they look right at home in the engine bay. 15 minutes too install the drivers side.
     

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    jgil Silver Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    Maybe and a tune????
     
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    And you have a problem and need to adress it asap.

    JLT drills a hole in the input side of the plastic connector, that has to line up with the filter element. Its only 3/8ths of an inch. By rotating the connector like you did on the driver side, the air path is likely blocked.

    Unscrew that side turn the top upside down remove the filter screen youll see what I mean.
     
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    See pic remove the screen look in the hole under a bright light. (Ignore the fact this one has a strait connector it was a 1 off.)

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    jgil Silver Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    Hummmm well I never rotated anything, this is the way it was shipped but I will check out what your saying tomorrow. Thanks
     
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    Hm, well, if it was made for that side then you're likely ok. Im interested in seeing what you find tks.
     
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    jgil Silver Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    Yes this is the new release drivers side catch can for the hellcat, but I'm still going to investigate.
     
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    Then your'e fine. Vinny wouldn't make this error. Anyway if u look, you'll see you can't rotate the input side of his cc without obstructing the airpath. My bad but good for the masses to know I suppose...
     
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    Did you ever get the bypass figured out on the exhaust ? I would love to have a switch so I can make noise when I'm feeling bad.
     

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