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Billet Oil Catch Can installation issues on 2019 SP w/Shaker hood

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Went to install my oil catch can from Billet w/z-bracket and ran into part of the wiring harness smack in the middle. The can will not fit properly and I do not think I could unscrew the can to empty. Anyone else have this issue?
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I have a BT, had similar issues. Keep working the harness, maybe a little heat will make it easier to reposition. Space to remove and reinstall is minimal but it works. Hint, when installing the bowel do not over tighten. Contact with the O-ring + just a little more has proven adequate on mine.
I’ll give it another shot. Also, seems as if I can wedge this in, that wire will be right against the catch can, which from what I read, gets really hot. Wondering if I should protect that some.

Do you have a pic of your catch can so I can see how it looks for further reference.
 

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I had a speedlogix one for my 19 Scat shaker and ran into the same issue. No matter what I did it was rubbing on wires and sat so low I couldn't get the bottom off to empty it. I switched to a UPR catch can and couldn't be happier with the fit and quality. Perfect fit for a shaker car.

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Thanks for the input and pics. I was looking at that UPR catch can today; I think I will give this one a shot or try a fender mount. Unfortunate, the Billet did not fit properly; guess I should have done more research.

Also, I find it odd that I have a wire coming from the front of the fuse box and directly over alternator and from pictures, several other Challengers do not. I would think that would be pretty consistent, especially for the same model year.
 
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