Oil Catch Can / Tank 500mL
Chrome Finished Alloy Catch Can,
"Why do I need one of these?"
Most modern vehicles use a Positive Crankcase Ventilation system which is designed to regulate and remove fumes from the engine crankcase, and to alleviate crankcase pressure which could cause oil leaks or seal damage. It’s a way for gases to escape in a controlled manner from the crankcase of an internal combustion engine.
Usually, the system is designed to recirculate the vented pressure back into the air intake to ensure 100% accurate measurements from the air flow meter,
Our catch can simply vents the gases to atmosphere through the breather pictured,
The benefit of having the catch can in this system is that as the gas flows into the catch can it is caught up in the baffling, causing any oil that has been caught in the gas to condense and drop to the bottom of the tank, this eliminates the chance of having oil in your intake pipes and being burnt alongside fuel inside the combustion chamber,
****Oil Catch tank 500ml****
*CHROME finished Aluminum
*High Quality and line
*Will fit ANY VEHICLE
Feel free to ask us any questions below
Our warranties explained - In plain English.
We have a lot of people asking us questions about our warranties so it's a good idea we clear some misguided information about them. If you didn't read it from this page it's not true.
We do not cover any additional fitment costs, certification costs, extra parts required to make the item fit or work or any loss of time/wages/business occurred. The product provided even if it is stated as a “direct fit” does not imply no additional parts maybe required.
IN SUMMARY: If your lifetime warranty product breaks anytime we'll replace it (or refund it)
Most of the time its the customers (installers) fault. Hold on.....what??
A case study: A customer named Peter came to us and bought an SCR320 turbo for his daily Nissan Safari TD42. Peter brought only the turbo from us and not our turbo line kit and dropped it off at his trusty mechanic. His mechanic assured him "I've installed 100s of turbo's, I know exactly what I'm doing". Well, the mechanic didn't. And shortly after the turbo seized and Peter came back to us for a warranty. After investigating it turned out the mechanic installed the oil line to the alternator (not the best place for it), pointed the line kit up (restricting easy oil flow) and used an oil line about the size of a baby's straw! Totally oil deprived the turbo seized. www.targetspecies.co.nz To be clear: Turbo's need a ton of oil! So Peter obviously was pissed at his mechanic and bought a new turbo off us (discounted of course), our turbo line kit and installed it properly into the sump. 100,000km later running high boost no issues what so ever. He was so impressed he got three of his mates to buy the same setup and ended spending another 4k with us.
Verdict - We always test our limited warranties out. Most of the time any issue is from dodgy work. But anything genuine we always back the customer up.
If you want a list of companies that install product properly, head over to our workshops we recommend page.
For more of that technical information head over to our terms and conditions page.
For any general customer, service questions head over to our customer service page.
Any questions? Email us and let us know so we can add it to our information