Motion Raceworks Top Loader Billet Oil Catch Can ( Single 12 AN Port ) 32-101
Racing Use Only, Not Legal for Road Use
Motion Raceworks Top Loader Billet Catch Can ( Single 12 AN Port ) 32-101
(NOTE: DOES NOT INCLUDE ring to AN fittings unless added in options.)
This catch can is the results of years of building, refining, and optimizing N/A and Boosted combos. Featuring a dual internal baffling design, this can not only flows a high amount of air but keeps the filter and your engine bay dry from oil saturation due to poor can design.
One of the shortcomings of a typical can (including our own) is fitting location, and/or having the fittings clocked incorrectly. This has been solved by having fittings coming out at 90°'s from the top of the can with a 180° clockable can by using our multiple bolt hole configuration top lid. This means you can mount the can virtually anywhere in the engine bay and still have the fittings pointing in the correct orientation.
All cans come bright black anodized for a beautiful and durable finish.
100% Made in the USA
Billet Top/Bottom Hat and Barrel Design
180 degree clockable mounting
Included zinc coated steel mount w/ hardware
Dual baffle internal design
High Flow Made in the USA Filter
Comes with bottom plug and pet cock options
Single -12 ORB ( O-ring ) Female Port
Overall dimensions: 8.75" H x 3.25" Diameter
This can works great on LS1 LS2 LS3 LS6 LS7 LSA LS9 LSX engines as well as Coyote Mod Motor 4.6 5.4 Gen 3 Hemi Gen V LT1 LT4 L83 L86 and more!
Reference Sizing for Placement Considerations: Please note mount is clockable!
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I ordered the wrong catch can and they game me a return RMA number right away and had me the new one with a week…These guys are one bada$$ company
Very high quality, fast delivery excellent service
Fast delivery to the UK. No fuss and fantastic quality over the moon.
Great solution for replacement of the factory crankcase ventilation (sort of) catch can. The factory set-up on a 2nd generation Cummins Dodge has a small rubber, unbaffled, reservoir, that by way of its poor design, effectively coats the front of the engine in oil film.