I don't have a good pic of my catch can setup at the moment, but I'll get one. I've heard of people using electric vacuum pumps on their catch can setups like the 'flux capacitor' posted earlier. It puts a negative pressure on the crank case and helps seat the rings better therefore making more power. I'm using a weld in vacuum bung in my down pipe connected to my catch can with -10AN line so I don't have any more electrical accessory load or wiring to deal with. I just used two pieces of -8 line and a couple 90* fittings to run to both of the valve cover vents and welded -AN fittings to the valve cover.
This is the vacuum bung fitting used. http://www.redlinemotive.com/part-nu...brant/1189.asp
Tacoma: 98 Extra cab 2wd, 5.7L LS1 aluminum block V8 with a T56 6 speed manual trans.
Re: 2RZ/3RZ Catch can thread.....SHOW EM!!!!!
Originally Posted by Chris D.
Thats odd, I don't have all that emissions stuff just behind the fuse box on my 2002?
Thats cause its under the bed on the newer ones...
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