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Old 12-23-2012, 04:40 PM
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I have a BT catch can, and to empty it; you have to remove it and unscrew the bottom.
Hey 1BAD383, I have seen those too and it does not look like it would be too difficult to remove the canister to empty it. By the way, your car looks great !! Love the red stripes and the air intake is just awesome. Well done my friend!
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The BT Catch Can is easy to remove. Takes about 1 minute to remove and empty. 12YChger-R/T-C, I see you are a Mustang fan like my son.
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I just flip the switch on my moroso cc. Easy peasy
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The BT Catch Can is easy to remove. Takes about 1 minute to remove and empty. 12YChger-R/T-C, I see you are a Mustang fan like my son.
LOL . . . For years that is all I have driven. This is my 1st Mopar and loving it
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The one I just recently bought from SpeedLogix has the valve on the bottom for easy drain.



Haven't drained it yet, only been on for a week.
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I have a BT catch can, and to empty it; you have to remove it and unscrew the bottom.
Drill and tap the BT can's bottom for 1/4" npt. Install a 90 degree street elbow, a 2"nipple, and a small valve and you wont have to take the bottom off again. I did this a few years ago and got all the fittings in chrome too!
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The one I just recently bought from SpeedLogix has the valve on the bottom for easy drain.



Haven't drained it yet, only been on for a week.
the best catch can on the market is the one with the valve.

doesn't matter who makes it......
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anyone try to put a pet**** on the bottom of a BT catch can?
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Yes and it really doesn't work well. The pet**** isn't a straight through valve so thicker fluids like oil don't drain as well as a regular ball valve does. Plus if you ever think the drain may be plugged you can stick a wire through a standard ball valve, no dice with a pet****.
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Old 12-26-2012, 06:56 AM
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Wow....I never knew pet**** was a nasty word! Guess I can't tell you about my pet rooster! Lol Happy holidays!
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