Earls CT100ERL Breather Tank/Catch Can w/ Billet Filter, Black
Universal Fit, 13.25" Body Length, 3.15" Body Diameter, Aluminum, Black anodized
Earl's breather tanks are made from 6061 aluminum and have internal oil baffling. These tanks feature a -12 AN O-ring inlet port, knurled drain valve with an optional 1/8" NPT outlet port for use with a remote drain (or to drain back to the oil pan), w/ 4-bolt mounting brackets. Includes a heavy-duty stainless steel mesh filter which has a billet aluminum housing to reduce weight. The filter may be removed to expose a -12AN Male. Ideal for use in all racing applications (i.e. engine PCV, dry sump tanks, transmissions, and rear-end venting). Black anodized finish.
- 6061 Aluminum Catch Tanks w/ Baffle Inside
- Black Anodized Finish
- Dimensions: Overall Height 13.25” x Diameter 3.15” x Depth 3.20”
- 4-Bolt Mounting Brackets – Bolt Pattern 4.13” x 2.40”, Overall Bracket Width 5.07
- Inlet: -12 AN ORB Female
- Drain w/ Knurled Screw & 1/8” NPT Outlet (for optional remote drain)
- Billet Aluminum Housing with Stainless Steel Mesh Filter w/ -12 AN Female Inlet
- Welded Construction
- Capacity: 0.75L
- Meets Requirements of Most Racing Sectioning Bodies – for Oil Catch Tank
- Weight: 1.5 LB
- Pressure Tested to 75psi
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 2 business days for Earls to ship this item.
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