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One line to intake pipe on the turbo (may need to screw in a fitting), and one to the valve cover. The above picture is correct.

-Corey
 

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what about on stock twins?... and what happends if you cap the one connecting to the front of the turbo?...

and... where should I mount this GReddy Catch can in the engine bay?
 

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Mini-filters on the side of the valvecover I don't suggest. Breather filters can cause oil to be pushed out of it and leak all over the outside of the valvecover. I was always told that positive crankcase vacuum is good. It helps with ringseal and keeps crankcase pressure to a minimum. Although on turbo and supercharged cars its hard to get a quality vacuum source off the intake side of the turbo or supercharger, every bit helps (better than just a breather). On my supra I don't have a catch can, I just run a direct vacuum line from the valvecover to the intake pipe before my turbo (no catch can in between). I have very little oil in my intake pipe.

-Corey
 

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I'll take some pictures on the install....

suprab808: if you look at where the hose is now... it plumes right before the turbo on the stock twins.

I'll be installing mine soon with pictures. I need to look into removing the charcoal canister.
 

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I'm interested in this as well, I've seen both the little filters and catch cans. Just got my new supra and it is mostly stock, a catch can would be good to add. But I suck and a writeup + pics would rox0r :D
 
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