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Old 07-13-2008, 12:22 PM
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Catch-can replacement braided hose

I ordered some hose from Summit Racing as well as four clamps. This stuff is rated for this use so shouldn't break down.

CLAMPS: http://store.summitracing.com/partde...0&autoview=sku
HOSE: http://store.summitracing.com/partde...0&autoview=sku

The hose came as a 4ft coil and I used a hack saw to cut it into the appropriate lengths. I ended up with about 8 inches extra. I then carefully slid the clamps onto the ends of the hose (the braids are sharp from the cut and can poke your fingers good). Not to make a short story long, but I pulled the original hoses and put these on, clamped 'em down.

Here's a picture of the ends of the hoses.


Here's what the install path looks like under the engine cover.


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Nice....I just bought my catch can on Friday and was looking for a good hose. Thanks Bro!!
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looks good man. still waiting on my satin black catch can but will save this thread for when it arrives.
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Looks good! I just picked up some braided lines last week too. Any idea on what the proper length is for each side?
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Looks good! I just picked up some braided lines last week too. Any idea on what the proper length is for each side?
Honestly no. I fitted by laying it in the engine compartment beside the originals and guessed. As long as you're not short, you're golden. I basically used a sharpie to make a small mark on the braids where I wanted to cut then did.
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Honestly no. I fitted by laying it in the engine compartment beside the originals and guessed. As long as you're not short, you're golden. I basically used a sharpie to make a small mark on the braids where I wanted to cut then did.
I think I will do the same. Thanks!
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looks good... my pcv hose has been good for 3 months
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