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Got my Diablo Sport Catch Can Installed today. Fairly simple, just like the WK1. I used the kit I ordered for my WK1 and it works out great.

Tools needed:
3/8 Ratchet
13mm socket
Something to cut hose with

Parts:
M8-1.25 x 25 mm hex head bolt
About 2' of 1/2" inside diameter hose
1/2"-1/2" barb connector (found at Lowes in plumbing aisle)



Steps:
Make it look like this







UPDATE: Using the 1/2"-1/2" barb connector splice the short piece of hose into the factory 90 elbow

 
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do you need these on the 6.4L ? the intake looks much different
I'll let you know in a few hundred miles when I open the can up and see what it caught :)
 

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Yeah it was f ing cold out.

This morning was worse getting the tail light harness out and a couple other things.


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Did you at least hit up that car wash to try & block some wind? I would have.

Jim
naw, did it in the parking lot real quick. got some dirty towels for house keeping now lol.
 

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I'll be opening the catch can soon to take a peak inside. Got about 1800 miles on it since I installed the catch can around 50 miles. I'll get pics and post later tonight.


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I'm thinking BT should send you some free braided hoses to match the others for test fitting & getting their CC to work on the WK2.

Jim


I bet BT had that figured out a few months ago..:p


If you add a 1/2-1/2 connector to the factory 90* rubber peice on the front part of the motor
it makes it a little cleaner set up..

That how we have it set up..
 

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I bet BT had that figured out a few months ago..:p


If you add a 1/2-1/2 connector to the factory 90* rubber peice on the front part of the motor
it makes it a little cleaner set up..

That how we have it set up..
I was running around town looking for a 1/2"-1/2" splice connector, I couldn't find a straight one. Just 90 elbows. So I did the tube for now. I wanted the catch can on sooner than later :) that's a easy fix down the road.




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Here are the results. Catch can installed around 50 miles on the odometer, got 18xx as of now when I opened it up. I changed the oil at 300 miles to get the break in oil out and added new (running Mobil 1 0W-40). After that I took at 1450 miles trip. Here is what I have.




Dumped into a bottle to see amount easier.

 

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Not a whole bunch but still enough to have the need for one. Wonder if city driving would produce a larger amount.

Jim
Exactly, it shows that it is needed! So this is indeed a good mod for the 6.4
 
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