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Old 07-28-19, 11:36 PM   #11
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Default Re: Opinion: Dual catch can setup on my 2011 UK Type.

Yes it is definitely not something i want to run on the track for sure.

But for now it will have to do until I can find a better solution.

Not much room in RHD and no one makes a good kit for it either.
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Old 07-29-19, 07:17 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by killerbmotorsport View Post
You don't want the cans low. On track under the right conditions you can start syphoning oil into the can, which is very bad.
Wait I just read this again. Are my current cans positions too low relative to the crankcase? Under what conditions can siphoning happen?

(The reason why i don't want to use this can for track day is I think the can volume is a too small).
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