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Old 11-20-2010, 02:46 PM   #1
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I have searched the forum and haven't found a good set of install pictures for the Elite Engineering Catch Can on the LS7. My big question is how the hose connections go. From the top of the Catch Can to the engine, does this connection go to the top connector or the bottom connector on the LS7? I do not want to mix up the connections. Do the hoses line up (top of catch can to top connector on LS7)? Then the two bottoms to each other.
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Old 11-20-2010, 03:20 PM   #2
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top of elite engineering catch can hose to bottom connector on the ls7 and bottom hose on the catch can to upper connector (intake) on ls7
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Old 11-21-2010, 10:01 AM   #3
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top of elite engineering catch can hose to bottom connector on the ls7 and bottom hose on the catch can to upper connector (intake) on ls7
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Old 11-21-2010, 12:08 PM   #4
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Which person has their connections correct? It seems by searching on this forum, I can find people installing their Catch Can hoses both ways.

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Which person has their connections correct? It seems by searching on this forum, I can find people installing their Catch Can hoses both ways.

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didnt urs come with instructions... i have the same can and mine did and u can get it from the website... bottom line on the can goes to the top connection on your TB intake.
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the one you are saying is top to top is my install.. it just looks that way.... its not.... top of can goes to the bottom line on the car and the top line of the car goes to the bottom line in the can
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here you go... straight from the manufacturer

http://eliteengineeringusa.com/Insta..._Catch_Can.pdf
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here you go... straight from the manufacturer

http://eliteengineeringusa.com/Insta..._Catch_Can.pdf
Thanks alot. I looked for that pdf, but could not find it. It is very clear now.
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Thanks alot. I looked for that pdf, but could not find it. It is very clear now.
your welcome!!! post pics when ur done!
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your welcome!!! post pics when ur done!
Are you guys using the clamps that came with the can? It is easy enough to install them by the catch can connectors, but by the engine is got to be really tough.
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Are you guys using the clamps that came with the can? It is easy enough to install them by the catch can connectors, but by the engine is got to be really tough.
Hi Rich,

Got your PM. Glad to see you've been linked to the correct instructions. Let me know if you have any more questions.

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Are you guys using the clamps that came with the can? It is easy enough to install them by the catch can connectors, but by the engine is got to be really tough.
no i didnt use the clamps... theres no need too plus from the factory theres no clamps.... push the hose on the barbed connectors and ull see its hard to pull off... it aint ever blowing off
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Here it is installed.

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sweet looks great!!!
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Good job Rich!
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