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Still debating which brand to purchase. Question: Is the Arrington Catch Can easy to check and empty? (I can't tell from the posted pictures.) I am assuming that the bottom portion simply screws off? Is there enough room to get a hand in there?
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Good read!
Anyone know the diameter of the hoses/fittings on the SLX Billet Catch Cans?
3/8" on the threads 1/2" hose same as factory
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Still debating which brand to purchase. Question: Is the Arrington Catch Can easy to check and empty? (I can't tell from the posted pictures.) I am assuming that the bottom portion simply screws off? Is there enough room to get a hand in there?
There's plenty of room and yes, the bottom simply unscrews off.

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3/8" on the threads 1/2" hose same as factory
Well then, if you go by what that paper says, "it has large ½” NPT inlet and outlet ports that can support a true 5/8” diameter flow path. For a big cubic inch or high-boost engine, this is crucial"....the Arrington CC is functionally superior the the Billet.

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Looks good...im switching to moroso myself

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Sorry...one more question:

I've read up on the Arrington Catch Can and I'm a fan of everything except for the hoses that it comes with. Does anyone know if the braided lines that SpeedLogix and Billet Technologies sells are compatible with the Arrington can?
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i prefer the moroso. theres a nice big reservoir and a drain valve




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I ended up ordering the Arrington Catch Can as opposed to the BT or SL versions that I had been considering. I like how the Arrington can is less flashy and blends in more with a stock engine. (Part of me did like the stylish look of the others, but in the end the less-flashy can won out.)

Intruder, Arrington owes you some commission. If it weren't for your post, I wouldn't even had known about their product!
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Thanks Roots! I like reviewing new products. When customers review our exhaust kits, it really helps us to improve the product. I like to give back any way I can. I know first hand how much R&D can go into a good product
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Fot those of you who question whether or not it works, I took this picture this morning after exactly 3000 miles on my 2012 SRT8. There was quite a bit of oil in there.
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