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    I'm not sure but reading all the comments, for me all (Kitaco, Takegawa, ect) looks same, if it have 2 upside ports, 1 breather and 1 downside port works. Or I'm don't see something important?
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    I am torn with the same thing. I am leaning toward the kitaco catch can. Mainly because I dont see anything that justifies the extra $60 in price for the takegawa. Honestly not sure I want one that will drain the sludge back into the oil filler. I see what comes out of the catch can in my subaru and dont want it back into the engine. For the small amount I assume this is going to catch, I feel I can just top off oil if needed. So I will run one hose from the crank case vent, one to the intake for vacuum and one to oil filler for venting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alibi View Post
    I am torn with the same thing. I am leaning toward the kitaco catch can. Mainly because I dont see anything that justifies the extra $60 in price for the takegawa. Honestly not sure I want one that will drain the sludge back into the oil filler. I see what comes out of the catch can in my subaru and dont want it back into the engine. For the small amount I assume this is going to catch, I feel I can just top off oil if needed. So I will run one hose from the crank case vent, one to the intake for vacuum and one to oil filler for venting.
    Kitaco catch can might work for some, go and look at all my posting on testing of various combo of oil catch can from DIY HFT filter to DIY making my own setup out of spare parts and more and I found out at the end for me that the Takegawa oil catch can gave me the lease amount of problem and worked the best for my Takegawa 181-4v engine.

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