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    Thread: *** INA : NEW CATCH CAN KIT & Silicone Breather hoses for the 1.8T ***

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      06-13-2009 12:12 PM #1
      We are offering an Introductory price of:
      219.99 USD SHIPPED without the filter and 239.99 SHIPPED with the filter for the catch can IN THE LOWER 48 for the catch can kit - only available for the first 25 PEOPLE.

      OR

      59.99 USD SHIPPED IN THE LOWER 48 for JUST the breather hoses.


      Quote, originally posted by Breather Hoses AND Catch can kit »

      Catch Can Breather Kit, MK4 1.8t
      PRICE - $225 USD
      Complete breather kit for the 1.8t GTI, fully bolt in for stock application and fully modified cars. Neatly replaced the relay cluster mounted on the drivers side fire wall (adjacent to where the engine harness comes over the firewall), a direct bolt in no modifications required.

      Kit features:
      1. 034Motorsport custom baffled Vortex breather can, this design can is used in aircraft and motorsport applications to remove oil and water vapor from the crank case fumes. As crank case fumes are forced out, they enter the catch can tangentially, through centrifugal force causing heavier oil and water vapor to fling outward and drain down the walls of the can. This is a much more effective way of seperating oil and water vapor than most generic "catch cans"
      2. Full draining back to the block so the can never has to be drained, a 034Motorsport oil drain flange mounts between the oil pan and the turbo oil drain line to allow seperated oil to drain back to the sump.
      3. Molded reinforced silicone hoses for lifelong use and durability, large diameter hoses ensure restriction free crank case ventilation, catch can features 1" fittings for high flow.
      4. full recirculation back into the intake for smog compliance, or can be implimented with an air filter on the catch can outlet to keep any oil fumes out of the intake system.(please state when ordering)
      5. All clamps, fittings and hardware required to install the kit in virtually any Mk4 VW 1.8t.


      And here is a picture of the catch can dissected



      Flange, Catch Can Oil Drain Flange Adapter
      PRICE - $24 USD
      Finally, a clean easy way to drain oil back to your 1.8t oil pan!

      Oil drain adapter flange sandwiches between the oil pan and oil drain line to allow a 1/8" NPT fitting to drain into the side.

      Full kit includes longer hardware, gaskets and brass fitting. Brass fitting features a 5mm (3/16") nipple.


      Breather Hose, Valve Cover, Mk4 1.8t
      PRICE - $35 USD
      Fully reinforced silicone Mk4 1.8t breather hose to replace the crumbling rubber unit.

      Specify if early (through 2002) or late (2003 on) application, note larger size of valve cover breather nipple on later cars. Early nipple 20mm, later 25mm.

      Breather Hose, Mk4 1.8t, Block to Intake Manifold
      PRICE - $13 USD
      Reinforced silicone breather hose for Mk4 1.8t, runs from the lower block breather hose to the intake manifold, oem hose is unreinforced rubber and causes a common boost leak.

      Quote, originally posted by PAYMENT INFORMATION »

      Accepting payment via Paypal & CC.

      PAYPAL USERS:
      If you are ready to place your order you can either send us a PM (CLICK HERE) or simply send payment to sales[AT]INAENGINEERING[DOT]COM via paypal.

      In the title box put the following:
      " Full Name - MKIV BREATHER HOSE KIT"

      In the comment box put the following:
      "Full Name
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      If you are paying by CC please send us a PM for further details.

      As always Thank you for the support!



      Modified by INA at 8:35 AM 7-16-2009

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      06-13-2009 12:25 PM #2
      This might be a stupid question, but how and where do you mount the actual catch can. Does is come with mounting hardware. It did not look like it.

      I've been wanting a catch can setup and this looks like a comprehensive, clean looking setup.


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      06-13-2009 12:27 PM #3
      Quote, originally posted by njeune3 »
      This might be a stupid question, but how and where do you mount the actual catch can. Does is come with mounting hardware. It did not look like it.

      I've been wanting a catch can setup and this looks like a comprehensive, clean looking setup.


      Its mount on the firewall where you have the loom from the engine bay going back into the cabin.I am trying to get some install pictures for the masses as we speak.
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      06-13-2009 01:15 PM #4
      Quote, originally posted by INA »

      Its mount on the firewall where you have the loom from the engine bay going back into the cabin.I am trying to get some install pictures for the masses as we speak.

      Great! Thanks for the explanation. Pics would be appreciated


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      06-18-2009 12:51 AM #5
      This is the 2nd product this week of ours. Wow. R&D FTW.


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      06-18-2009 12:06 PM #6
      Quote, originally posted by Joel@Eurojet »
      This is the 2nd product this week of ours. Wow. R&D FTW.


      That is a cute cat!
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    7. 06-18-2009 12:30 PM #7
      Receive and Duplicate.... The new R&D.

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      06-18-2009 12:44 PM #8
      Quote, originally posted by Lloyd Plumtree »
      Receive and Duplicate.... The new R&D.

      What is there to research and develop Rob?
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    9. 06-18-2009 01:07 PM #9
      Quote, originally posted by INA »

      What is there to research and develop Rob?

      Plenty! but for some reason you`d rather reproduce other company`s work.


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      06-18-2009 01:16 PM #10
      Quote, originally posted by Lloyd Plumtree »

      Plenty! but for some reason you`d rather reproduce other company`s work.


      If that is the way you see it then I am sorry to hear that.

      Rubber component prone to failure gets replaced with silicone component.
      I fail to see the issue?

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    11. 06-18-2009 01:26 PM #11
      See you at WATERFEST

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      06-18-2009 01:27 PM #12
      Quote, originally posted by Lloyd Plumtree »
      See you at WATERFEST

      Stop by the booth and check out the rest of our products that we innovate and develop for the 1.8T and other communities.
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      06-18-2009 01:40 PM #13
      Quote, originally posted by INA »
      Rubber component prone to failure gets replaced with silicone component.
      I fail to see the issue?

      Agreed.

      The internet is serious business.

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      06-18-2009 02:08 PM #14
      Quote, originally posted by INA »

      If that is the way you see it then I am sorry to hear that.

      Rubber component prone to failure gets replaced with silicone component.
      I fail to see the issue?

      Cause its all in your wording...Justification for Duplication. Another INA innovation.


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      06-18-2009 02:18 PM #15
      Quote, originally posted by Joel@Eurojet »

      Cause its all in your wording...Justification for Duplication. Another INA innovation.


      Please spare me...
      Half the products from Eurojet are duplicated from other manufacturers Joel....

      I have stayed out of your threads for a very long time.Please extend that courtesy to us.

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      Quote, originally posted by nik@vf-engineering »

      No one considers the value of intellectual property or what it could cost to test designs one is creating over and over again, or even the fact that one company could operate out of a bedroom and what it costs for a company establish itself over a period of 10 years as a legitimate corporation with a foundation.

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      06-18-2009 04:35 PM #17
      Mighty expensive bedroom we have here...
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      06-18-2009 11:09 PM #18
      Thanks for the support guys.
      Really appreciate it.
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      06-30-2009 10:29 PM #19
      On July 13th we will be increasing the pricing on the silicone hoses so get yours orders in while you can.
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      06-30-2009 11:11 PM #20
      no problems with any companies, but just had to say ive been waiting for some of eurojets retailers to get those upper/lower pcv hoses in for quite sometime and nothing....the only alternative is to buy from the stealership or create your own...

      another thing...what about all the companies that produce silicone replacement parts like the tip hose, intercooler hose etc... they all use the exact same design right?

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      07-16-2009 07:36 AM #23
      Catch can dissected pictures posted for the masses
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      08-09-2009 01:26 PM #24
      can you get this kit with any kind of copper or stainless steel mesh in the can?

    25. 08-09-2009 01:28 PM #25
      just throw some steel wool in through the top

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      08-13-2009 12:26 AM #26
      when running the can vented with the filter on top you no longer need the pcv valve on the inlet pipe and the car is ok with that? just cap the hole off?
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      08-13-2009 02:22 AM #27
      Quote, originally posted by vwgolfracer »
      when running the can vented with the filter on top you no longer need the pcv valve on the inlet pipe and the car is ok with that? just cap the hole off?

      That is correct
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    28. 10-16-2009 01:31 PM #28
      Any idea if this will work on an audi TT 180q?

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      10-16-2009 01:55 PM #29
      Quote, originally posted by 8valvesofFURY »
      Any idea if this will work on an audi TT 180q?

      It will
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