Category Archives: Chevrolet Camaro 2.0T Catch Can Kit 2016+

We Get Around – Catch Can R&D, Part 6: Cadillac Field Trip

Though the winter continues to perpetuate chilly weather and monotonous gloom here on the east coast, the future is looking bright for our Mishimoto 2013+ Cadillac ATS catch can kit. After a nice visit to the local Porsche dealership (yes, you read that correctly), armed with some anomalous 50◦ January sunshine, several delicious sandwiches, and our final ATS … Continue Reading ››

Catch A Wave (of Blow-By) – Part 5: Wait, How Many Cans?

Happy 2017, people! I hope you all had wonderful experiences throughout the holiday season and you welcomed in the New Year with a glass of something delicious. I know I did! Whatever you had, I’m sure you enjoyed it much more than your Camaro 2.0T enjoys drinking blow-by. So to begin the year on the right foot, we're … Continue Reading ››

Little Caddy – Catch Can R&D, Part 4: ATS Hose Routing

Hello to all my wonderful Camaro 2.0T and Cadillac ATS owners! In our last update, we made the big reveal of our patent-pending blow-by tap. We drilled down into the details of how we plan on mining that nasty vein of oil vapor out of your LTG and transporting it to a catch can, instead of … Continue Reading ››

Don’t Worry Baby – Catch Can R&D, Part 3: Drilling In and Striking Oil

Good afternoon, Camaro 2.0T and Cadillac ATS owners, and welcome to the latest R&D post for our 2013+ Cadillac ATS and 2016+ Camaro 2.0T catch can kit. For a recap on why you might want to remove blow-by from your engine, check out our technical article ALL about the nasty stuff. We’ve got some pretty awesome … Continue Reading ››

Help Me Ronda, Help Me Get ‘er Outta My Intake – Catch Can R&D, Part 2: Testing for Blow-by

Last time, in the first Camaro 2.0T catch can R&D post, we learned a little bit about blow-by, the CCV system, and how a catch can serves to prolong the life of your Camaro. If you need a refresher, we have a technical article all about why blow-by is terrible for your engine. We left … Continue Reading ››