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-4AN fitting will thread into the axle port. You want to get a catch can like this one from Joe's Racing. Mount it vertically in the trunk and run a -4 AN hose as vertically as you can to the top of the axle. If axle fluid expands up into the can, the vapor will vent but the liquid will cool and run back down into the housing. Easy peasy. If you have the Boss cover, then plug the axle tube port and use the vent at the top of the cover.I would like to get some rear end catch can ideas. The turkey baster didnt work so well at Rockingham.
Looks like in stock here.Jlt has officially been discontinued. Lethal had one from Full Tilt Boogie that looked very similar to the JLT, we will see.
Exactly the setup I mentioned. Mounted in the trunk on race cars so you can take advantage of gravity drainback.Here you are pairs great with the cortex watts link but can be used stand alone as well.
How do you usually mount without the watts link?Here you are pairs great with the cortex watts link but can be used stand alone as well.
There's a variety of ways that customers do it. Some choose to simply bolt it to the spare tire well on the underside of the car.How do you usually mount without the watts link?
I tried to call and couldnt get happy with the website. If the above doesnt work out I will pursue it.Looks like in stock here.A must for auto X and Road course cars During hard racing the fluid in the rear end heats up and expands. Combine that with extreme cornering and the fluid can spit out of the factory breather vent and all over the track.With our Expansion take, the fluid simply flows up into the tank and then...jonsespeedlab.com