Probably not. It only has a -6 AN inlet.Would 2 of these work? Each valve cover have a -6AN braided hose into this can, 1 for each side. Would that be enough for 18-22psi?
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Do you know if they can put  -12 an fittings on that can?Here is a smaller catch can/breather. It is a -10, however if you call stef's I think they make it in a -12 as well because that is what I have currently.
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You make a good point. How would I do it if you can not get inside the plastic can? Take the -6an out, drill undersized for the -12an and use the fitting to thread the plastic. DON't crank or torque it down with too much force. Use a rubber O-Ring to seal.Ok makes sense but how to you tighten the bulk head ditting in a solid can is there a way to get into it?
Do you run a PCV or did you elimate it? I was thinking of just running one 12an to my breather tank...but was told 2 lines were better....i run a single 12AN to my breather tank, and i dont experience excessive crankcase pressure. Now if i were to do it again i would just run a dual 10an or 12an just to make sure.