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Old 10-31-2006, 09:25 PM
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This is a collector that is at the back of the engine, and the hoses run to it. The collector is hung on a custom bracket, and has a drain in the bootom that can be drained after every use. Helps collect the moisture as well. These are usually seen on drag applications but work wonderful on boats...also looks pretty trick.
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SO YOU THINK THE ONES THAT ARE USED ON STRIP CARS WORK WELL. WHAT ABOUT THE ONES THAT I SEE ON ALOT OF JET BOATS WERE CAN I GET ONE OF THOSE?
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Check out the ones offered by imco they work and look great. I run a set on mine and no oil problems and I am blown wich usually creates more psi than naturally aspirated.

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Old 11-01-2006, 02:22 PM
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http://www.jazproducts.com/index2.htm

This is the web site you need. check it out I think this is what you are looking for.

select the OVERFLOW section on the left of the screen.
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You could have a nice aluminum collection tank made, and get an vac pump that GM used on the late 90's camaro/firechickens to pull the crankcase pressure out. and use a good breather to maximize flow though it .
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Thanks For The Input Guys
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OK I HAVE BEEN LOOKING AT A BUNCH OF CATCH TANKS THE LAST TWO DAYS AND AM SEEING A LOT WITH OUT BREATHERS AND A FEW WITH THEM ON TOP. IS THE BREATHER NEEDED FOR THE MARINE APPLICATION?
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