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Old 03-04-2012, 07:53 AM
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Yea, I was researching a bit before I bought one and found it on shophemi.com

They have a great looking intake as well, which is on order already
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I also have an Arrington can adapted to my 392. My configuration going back to the engine is a little different. After reviewing all the catch cans, one thing is clear. This catch can from an oil catching environment is the best. Oily air is forced through an internal oil catching media then forced through an upper internal filter back through the intake. There will be "NO" oil that reaches the intake in any capacity. This is a Nascar quality piece. There may be prettier cans out there but none can claim to be more functional than Arringtons.
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Yep, I got my Procharger from shophemi.com. Looks like I will be getting this too.
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I also have an Arrington can adapted to my 392. My configuration going back to the engine is a little different. After reviewing all the catch cans, one thing is clear. This catch can from an oil catching environment is the best. Oily air is forced through an internal oil catching media then forced through an upper internal filter back through the intake. There will be "NO" oil that reaches the intake in any capacity. This is a Nascar quality piece. There may be prettier cans out there but none can claim to be more functional than Arringtons.
How is your configuration different? Did you get one before they made them for the 392 and adapt it or is mine incorrectly installed?
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Thanks for showing it off. I hadn't even heard of Arrington. I was thinking about getting a Billet Technology catch can but wasn't too keen on the price (especially paying $20-something in shipping/handling fees). I'm gonna check Arrington out and see how the prices compare.
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How is your configuration different? Did you get one before they made them for the 392 and adapt it or is mine incorrectly installed?
You did it right.
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How is your configuration different? Did you get one before they made them for the 392 and adapt it or is mine incorrectly installed?
Yes. I got mine a couple of months ago. Even though I ordered one for a 392, they sent me one for a 6.1. Apparently they have solved what they needed to for the 392. Where your's exits back to the intake, mine exits the left side. I was able to use the factory boot and bend a small 1/2" stainless tube that connects to the the filter fitting.
All you guys with a 6.l, it's a snap to put on and you won't regret this purchase, All my contacts with Arrington were answered in record time and they helped me work out a plan regarding 392 install. First class outfit!
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Other than color/appearance, is there a functional difference between the Arrington & the BT/Speedlogix catch cans?
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Other than color/appearance, is there a functional difference between the Arrington & the BT/Speedlogix catch cans?
I dont know how much differance each would do but here is the inside if the Arrington one.
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Great read...page 11 has the info on the catch can.
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