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      10-21-2012, 08:29 PM   #1
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If you are local to the NJ area looking for someone to empty it for me. I might even just take the thing off- not sure how much of an advantage it really is.

I mean I can always get a walnut blast around 50,000 miles right?

I want to empty it but it looks a little bit complicated. It was installed really close to the headlight wiring and with my luck I'll cut the damn headlight wire something.

I was thinking of asking the dealer but I doubt they'll touch it

I'm sure it's getting filled up- I've had it on approximately 4 months.
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If you are local to the NJ area looking for someone to empty it for me. I might even just take the thing off- not sure how much of an advantage it really is.

I mean I can always get a walnut blast around 50,000 miles right?

I want to empty it but it looks a little bit complicated. It was installed really close to the headlight wiring and with my luck I'll cut the damn headlight wire something.

I was thinking of asking the dealer but I doubt they'll touch it

I'm sure it's getting filled up- I've had it on approximately 4 months.
You screw the can by hand. Or if your hand is too large loosen the singe 10mm nut holding the bracket in. Not really rocket science. Normally only need to empty it every 6-12 months.

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Okay great Mike, in that case all I needed was the size of that bolt.

Are there also directions to remove the catch can completely and put things back to stock Mike?

I might be getting rid of the car end-of-the-year and would like to sell the cc to a friend.

Thanks for the support!
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Okay great Mike, in that case all I needed was the size of that bolt.

Are there also directions to remove the catch can completely and put things back to stock Mike?

I might be getting rid of the car end-of-the-year and would like to sell the cc to a friend.

Thanks for the support!
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      10-22-2012, 09:22 PM   #5
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Oh definitely. Just have some changes coming down the pipe.
Nothing is set in stone brother- would be good to learn how to remove it in any case.
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