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Has anyone installed a Moroso Catch Can on their 2012 Grand Cherokee 5.7 Hemi?

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Re: Moroso Catch Can

I don't have a catch can on my Jeep yet, but I do have the Moroso on my CTS-V. It's a high quality catch can that does a great job keeping my supercharger lid clean.
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Re: Moroso Catch Can

I like the drain valve on the Moroso but don't know where to get one for my 2012 hemi... does anyone have one installed on their 5.7?
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Re: Moroso Catch Can

Go to Summit Racing and search for Moroso and a bunch of them show up.
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Here is the Moroso Catch Can on my 2012. It was very easy to install.


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Re: Moroso Catch Can

Did you get the one for the srt? What did you get for the bracket? Was the hoses the right ones? Is this the one?
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Re: Moroso Catch Can

I just popped the hood to look. I did order the SRT Catch Can (not sure what the difference would be) I used one of the existing hoses and one supplied with the kit. In the picture the hose to the left has an adapter that made it fit better. The one on the right was cut from the hose sent with the Moroso. The bracket also comes with the kit and connects to a fitting on the engine block (see picture). Just undo the bolt and connect the bracket with the bolt. I tie wrapped the two hoses together to enable the engine cover to fit on securely. Make sure you face the bracket as shown in my picture. It will save you some time with the installation and insure easy access to the valve plus provide space to empty the can without removal. IMG_20150408_110129.jpg

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Thanks. You have to remove original intake..correct?
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I just popped the hood to look. I did order the SRT Catch Can (not sure what the difference would be) I used one of the existing hoses and one supplied with the kit. In the picture the hose to the left has an adapter that made it fit better. The one on the right was cut from the hose sent with the Moroso. The bracket also comes with the kit and connects to a fitting on the engine block (see picture). Just undo the bolt and connect the bracket with the bolt. I tie wrapped the two hoses together to enable the engine cover to fit on securely. Make sure you face the bracket as shown in my picture. It will save you some time with the installation and insure easy access to the valve plus provide space to empty the can without removal. Attachment 54677

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210hawkeye did you make your own bracket? I just received my can and the bracket is totally different than yours...
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