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Old 09-26-2017, 07:35 AM
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Originally Posted by 07WrangX View Post
The catch can fits under the SPOD. It is now installed there. We will see how much is in it after 1,000 miles.
Thanks for letting us test this out on your JK!

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Very interesting. I would be interested in one of these since my Jeep is supercharged.
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subscribed. I'd be curious to see a pic of how it mounts. I have a dual sPod mounted in the same space.

07WrangX - how long have you had your sPod? Reason I ask is that they changed their mounting bracket a couple years ago - the older bracket mounted to both the bolt on the side of the engine bay as well as on the computer. The newer ones I believe only mount on the side of the engine bay. Curious in case it matters for how this product mounts with the sPod.

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Originally Posted by jonboy74 View Post
subscribed. I'd be curious to see a pic of how it mounts. I have a dual sPod mounted in the same space.

07WrangX - how long have you had your sPod? Reason I ask is that they changed their mounting bracket a couple years ago - the older bracket mounted to both the bolt on the side of the engine bay as well as on the computer. The newer ones I believe only mount on the side of the engine bay. Curious in case it matters for how this product mounts with the sPod.
Mine is the newer model that mounts to just the fender bolts. I'm going to take some pictures tonight and post them up.
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Any pics of the mount?
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Old 10-10-2017, 07:02 AM
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Originally Posted by jonboy74 View Post
Any pics of the mount?
Here you go!

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Here you go!

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how about installed?
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Originally Posted by jadmt View Post
how about installed?
Are you looking for images with the SPOD installed? It's hard to see the catch can with the SPOD installed because it covers most of the bracketry and the can. If you're looking for photos of the bracket and can installed without the SPOD, you can look here.

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Originally Posted by Mishimoto View Post
Are you looking for images with the SPOD installed? It's hard to see the catch can with the SPOD installed because it covers most of the bracketry and the can. If you're looking for photos of the bracket and can installed without the SPOD, you can look here.

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Sorry it took me a while. Work has been busy. Here are pics with the SPOD and what it caught after 1,000 miles.




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Originally Posted by 07WrangX View Post
Sorry it took me a while. Work has been busy. Here are pics with the SPOD and what it caught after 1,000 miles.
Thank you for posting those, and thanks again for letting us test fit on your JK!

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