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Old 07-11-17
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Hi All,

Where have people in SA bought their Provent catch cans from?

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Edit: Found the following kits as I don't have the time nor space to make my own brackets etc.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/ProVent-2.../262463061277?

and interestingly, the following for MY17 Pajeros which is $50 more expensive:
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/ProVent-O...8AAOSwE8NZk7KI

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I ordered mine through Western Filters (as linked), but added an additional bracket to the air filter base to stop engine vibration causing the Provent to touch the brake reservoir.
That was over 2 years ago though, so they may have altered to bracket to stop this.
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I bought mine from that link. Is a good kit and very easy to fit. Amazes me how much oil is collected every few weeks.

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I ordered mine through Western Filters (as linked), but added an additional bracket to the air filter base to stop engine vibration causing the Provent to touch the brake reservoir.
That was over 2 years ago though, so they may have altered to bracket to stop this.
Twisted32 - still rubs against reservoir. Used a foam backed leather patch to stop the rubbing.

Hi Vlad - Got mine from Ebay as well a couple of months back, but waited till Ebay had one of its 10% off days before buying the full kit.
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I purchased from Western Filters as soon as I picked my 2014 NW about six weeks ago. The bracket supplied was pretty flexy so I went back to them with my concerns and they supplied a newer style bracket that was thicker and spaced the Provent away from the master cylinder. I believe this is now the bracket supplied in the latest kit. I also added a stay that bolts underneath the airfilter bracket. No movement at all now when the engine is running. I am a pedantic owner so I supplied my own hose from the cam cover and used the OEM as the return.


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Cheers James,

What hose did you get? Likewise the sping. Also, do you remember the measurements for that riser bracket you made?

Finally, from looking at the eBay item, it appears that it does not include the elbow piece that people are using. Is this something extra I have to get?

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The hose is a brand called SpeedFlow Pluetone and the outside metal coils are Unicoils. They should be available from any good parts store. The hose is available from http://www.mscn.com.au/plutone-clear...d=clear%20hose Due to the bend I wanted I needed to trim the engine cover a bit, but it does not look out of place.
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Hi Vlad,

A few of us in SA bought the HPD kit.

http://hpdiesel.com.au/mitsubishi?ze...0uin5beggqle11

It's a little more expensive, but it installs very easily.

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Oil Catch can installed this arvo.
Simple job. All parts provided including a custom bracket.
I chose the HPD catch can as it is beautifully made and all Aluminium. Top quality product.

Having a snorkle it installs in a different position to the stock car.
Nothing mentioned on the web site about there being a kit if you have a snorkle. Fortunately I dropped into their workshop to work out mounting location and found out.



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Curious to know what it looks like inside and does it work as per a Provent, with a replaceable filter. It is a nice looking bit of kit.


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