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I'm attempting to install a universal catch can for PCV.
I'm trying to find out which hoses and connectors I need.
It looks like the valve cover out barb is 3/8 inch and the intake in barb is 1/2 inch.
Does the factory hose just have one end 3/8 and one 1/2 inch? So can I just use 3/8 inch hose and then the factory hose to connect to a 3/8 inch check valve barb?

Anyone else done something similar?
 

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That can is awful close to the turbo (heat). I learned to put the cans in the coolest practical part of the engine bay. My intake catch can is located in front of my air filter box. Comments welcome on this. I did comment before, that I also have a turbo oil separator, and so far it has not captured anything. It may get removed in the future.
 

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That can is awful close to the turbo (heat). I learned to put the cans in the coolest practical part of the engine bay. My intake catch can is located in front of my air filter box. Comments welcome on this. I did comment before, that I also have a turbo oil separator, and so far it has not captured anything. It may get removed in the future.
Won't bother it and needs to be closer to a heat source during the winter months. Keeps the CC contents from freezing up over night. You don't want to start an engine with a frozen CC.

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Dumb question for you which line did you hook to out and in. I have conflicting info with the veloster.
The intake manifold is creating a vacuum source and this is being used the scavenge the gases from the valve cover. If the can is marked with an inlet and an outlet that would mean the inlet is from your valve cover as this is where you are pulling gases from. The outlet goes to the intake manifold because that is where the cleaner air is going to. You just have to think about the air flow.
 
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