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Canada 1993 gtr ready for action


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Bunging around a bit in the old garage trying to make a half descent looking catchcan/coolant over flow. Spent about 6 hours starring at it like a physco before the wheels started turning in my brain. This is what I got so far. Not so bad for the average maple leaf warrior.  Fittings for catchcan will be on the backside beside fuse box with a nice drain line ran out bottom to beside my frame where i can reach out twist a valve to let the blow by shinanigins out, cheers chaps have a fantastic day🤟

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Got the catchcan and coolant over flow done today looks ok for a Cheap garage built piece that I cut out with a skill saw lol. Cheers mates.

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