Ps, if anyone near paso robles, san luis obispo, atascadero ca want to see 1 in person, I should have a stealth and an ultimate in hand in a couple days
pm me if thats the case....
... working on finalzing this deal...... bear with me
10 orders minimum for a group buy discount
10 orders = 10% discount
15 orders = 15% discount
25 orders = 20% discount
Shipping, $12.35 most places in US
Payment options..... paypal invoice sent by supplier
This is not set in stone, I've got a couple things to finalize......I hope this is enticing enough to help ya guys, and give ya an idea what I've been up to.
No orders are being placed yet...... I will make a new thread when the group buy is open......shouldn't be much longer now at all..... I was gunna test 1 of their catch cans for a month first, but it looks like u guys want these now?
Been doing some legwork, who would be interested in a quality catch can group buy?
I would be offering up to try and do a group buy for 2 models of oil catch cans.
you can buy either model, or both if you have multiple applications and dont need the "ultimate" can on 1 vehicle and would rather it have the "stealth" model.
Process is in the works, and I will be ordering 1 in advance to evaluate. I cannot just promote something like this without trying it and giving an honest review.
Ill break this up, 1 post for the stealth model, and another post for the ultimate model.
Keep in mind, this is just a feeler so I can get an idea how many of you are interested.
Now for the $$$
MSRP is $235 on the ULTIMATE
MSRP is $130 on the STEALTH
Ill let you all know when I get group buy prices sent to me and the stipulations.....Please be patient, I can only do so much on my end.
a little info from their site
Every internal combustion engine has pressure and blow-by gases in the crankcase and valve cover. Some engines do a better job of separating the oil vapors before reaching the PCV (positive crankcase ventilation) vents than others. Most engines don’t, sending a nasty mix of oil vapor and waste gases out the PCV vent and into the intake system. These vapors smother important (and costly) sensors with oil and gunk. In extreme cases, this gunk can build up on the valves killing performance. On a micro level, oil vapors displace oxygen molecules altering air-fuel ratios and effectively lower the octane level of your fuel.
The concept is simple – trap the oil vapors in the PCV system before they have the opportunity to reach the air intake. It takes more than an empty can and some tubing to achieve this task. From the start, our oil catch cans are designed to pick up where others leave off. Our inlet and outlet fittings are made from ¾” tubing, the same basic size as the OEM PCV fittings and hoses. Larger inlet and outlet fittings allow for uninterrupted flow from the PCV vent to the can and back. Tubing smaller than stock will restrict the PCV vent and the flow of vapors. As PCV gases enter our catch can they disperse and turn upwards, forced to flow through a series of four filter screens. As the gases flow through these screens, heavy oil and gunk sticks and lighter gases reach the outlet tube at the top. Accumulated oil and gunk naturally runs off the filter screens and collect at the bottom of the tank. Without these screens, only a fraction of the liquids are trapped by the catch can. A bottom drain allows the tank to be drained without removing the entire catch can.
We currently offer two models, both based on the same successful internal design. Our Ultimate Oil Catch Can offers features and options found nowhere else. Our Stealth Oil Catch Can offers the function of our ultimate can in a discrete package.
If ya wanna take a look, here their page