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Old 01-29-2016, 07:49 PM   #1
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Malperformance Catch Can install

I have the Malperformance catch can but having alittle difficulty understanding how to install. any one down to help? The install instructions are on the youtube video for their turbo kit install -
it starts at 4:30 thx guys!
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I have the Malperformance catch can but having alittle difficulty understanding how to install. any one down to help? The install instructions are on the youtube video for their turbo kit install - Scion FR-S / Subaru BRZ MAPerformance Turbo Kit Install | Part 2 - YouTube it starts at 4:30 thx guys!

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I have no doubt they can help you as there customer service is quite good
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YIKES ....... I see what you mean ...... they talk fast ..........

I'd give them a call and ask them to talk you through the install.


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PS, oh ..... I type soooo slow ......
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YIKES ....... I see what you mean ...... they talk fast ..........

I'd give them a call and ask them to talk you through the install.


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oh no i know they have awesome customer service. best I've personally seen from any shop! they forwarded me to the video, i just thought you guys would know
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oh no i know they have awesome customer service. best I've personally seen from any shop! they forwarded me to the video, i just thought you guys would know

All I know is that that's the trouble hose people had issues with crawford BPBs coming lose its on the top of the manifold on the left side after you remove the FA20 cover.
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I made a really sh*tty bitmap that simplifies the hose routing.

Once the MAPerformance can is installed, your PCV system no longer connects to the engine anywhere.

Remove the old PCV check valve from the top of the rear passenger side of the engine, make sure to pound the check valve out of it, then reinstall it. The original PCV line runs from rear of block to rear of intake. It will now run from rear of block to the passenger side catch can, leaving the intake manifold port unused. That port needs to route to the BOV with a hose, or if you don't have the turbo, it must be capped and clamped or you will have bad running problems.

The original CCV line (front of block behind A/C compressor) used to connect to the intake hose upstream of the throttle body, it will now run under the intake manifold and connect to the driver's side catch can.

On the subject of lines connected to the intake manifold, Make sure you clamp the EVAP purge solenoid line (underneath the intake manifold.) in place. If you do not, it will pop off under boost, and you will have starting/idling/running issues.

The video instructions say "power steering pump" when they should say "Air Conditioning compressor" but you get the point. That should clear up some location confusion. Everybody makes mistakes.

This is a VTA can; it deletes the original pcv system entirely. Your tune will need to compensate for that, as the old tune accounts for airflow through the PCV into the engine under vacuum.
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I made a really sh*tty bitmap that simplifies the hose routing.

Once the MAPerformance can is installed, your PCV system no longer connects to the engine anywhere.

Remove the old PCV check valve from the top of the rear passenger side of the engine, make sure to pound the check valve out of it, then reinstall it. The original PCV line runs from rear of block to rear of intake. It will now run from rear of block to the passenger side catch can, leaving the intake manifold port unused. That port needs to route to the BOV with a hose, or if you don't have the turbo, it must be capped and clamped or you will have bad running problems.

The original CCV line (front of block behind A/C compressor) used to connect to the intake hose upstream of the throttle body, it will now run under the intake manifold and connect to the driver's side catch can.

On the subject of lines connected to the intake manifold, Make sure you clamp the EVAP purge solenoid line (underneath the intake manifold.) in place. If you do not, it will pop off under boost, and you will have starting/idling/running issues.

The video instructions say "power steering pump" when they should say "Air Conditioning compressor" but you get the point. That should clear up some location confusion. Everybody makes mistakes.

This is a VTA can; it deletes the original pcv system entirely. Your tune will need to compensate for that, as the old tune accounts for airflow through the PCV into the engine under vacuum.
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Sorry! I just saw this thread now! Did you get it figured out? If not, I can get one of my techs on the phone for you. Just let me know.
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