just finished installing my Add W1 oil catch can. i bought it off amazon, free 2 day shipping for $89 at my door. I ordered it on a Thursday evening and it was at my door at 10am on Saturday.
it seems to be pretty damn high quality. all machined aluminum parts, with 15mm and 9mm fittings. i used the 9mm fittings and bought 8ft of 7/16" fuel line because the line that comes with it is kinda shitty.
just a fore-warning to those of you who cant tell from the pictures; no, i dont have massive hands, this can is just pretty tiny. even though it is small, there is no need to worry because the amount that i caught over a 5000 mile period can be held in the reservoir with room to spare.
whats in the box? everything you need (unless you want different line like i did)
the can even has a sealed dipstick so you can check the oil level without having to unscrew the whole can.
i put an o-ring on the dipstick just to re-assure myself that it is sealed, so bust out your handy dandy o-ring kit if you have one
i mounted it above the driver wheel well behind the battery. also, make sure you use teflon tape to seal the tube fittings on the can
then remove your PCV, run your lines and hose clamp them. FROM engine goes to the inlet, TO intake goes on the outlet.
then start her up, and check for a seal and no CEL's.
you can hear the tight seal and vacuum when i pull out the dipstick
ill update this thread every so often to show the amount of oil that has been caught
EDIT: 31 January 2014
after only 4 days and 100 miles of driving, it has caught about 3 tablespoons of oil. the unit has already paid for itself in my eyes
UPDATE as of 26 April 2014:
heres what ive got after 2,500 miles exactly. this is a normal sized nestle water bottle. (duct tape is on it so it doesnt leak because im moving lol)
UPDATE as of 30 June 2014
this is what ive got after 5000 miles on the dot. 16.9 fl oz water bottle