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Old 02-11-2018, 12:24 PM
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I have learned over the last few days that those who want power brakes if the engine dies will also mount a vacuum canister with a 1 way check valve to store vacuum. If I'm happy with the function of the pump then later I will add this to the car. Total cost for the canister, pump, switches, etc might be $300 US. It should reduce leaks and help with power & hopefully help drain turbo oil (the reason why I'm installing).
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Maybe someone can help me out. I just bought a nice quality closed air/oil separator "catch can". Where is best to mount this? My car will be MAP and no longer AFM.
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Search this forum for Saikou Catch Can and you should see multiple pictures of how to hook-up a "closed/non-venting" catch can.

https://rennlist.com/forums/944-turb...lling-aos.html
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