Re: How do you remove these two clamps to install a catch-can ?
elbow grease. 90 degree angle side pops out easy, do that first. As for backside, hold the rubber connector in your left hand, grab the long plastic pipe with your right and pull as you twist the rubber connector back and forth in your left hand.
Tried to do mine this past weekend, really unhappy with BT. My fittings on the catch can were bent down at a 45deg angle and I have no idea what the hell they did when installing them as I couldn't get them to budge. Wrapped in a towel and used vice grips, etc. Lost most of the paint on one. Finally I was able to move them after inserting a thick screwdriver in the fitting with a long piece of tube I had laying around to create an extension so as to make a longer lever arm. Anyone with this can knows if they are angled down the hoses won't run because they will run into the fuses/control module.
Second, IMO the back connection needs a male to male fitting also like the one they give for the 90 degree elbow (which, BTW, they never included in my original shipment). It would allow a much cleaner install. I cannot get the upgraded hosing over the backside nipple connection with the decorative silver end cap in place.
2014 Redline Pearl Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8
2010 Bright Silver Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 (Billet Catch Can, Billet Shorty Antenna, BWoody 4" CAI, Custom CMR Tune)
2013 Grabber Blue Shelby GT500
(traded in) 2012 Mineral Gray Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8