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Kerma Catch Can (Mk4)

Pricing: $309.00



Currently out of Stock



Keepyour Intake Manifold free of carbon build up. The dealership charges $800 to clean your intake manifold. Keep it clear with this brand new catch can.



Mk4 ALH and BEW engines.

All other TDI engines are in testing phase

This product fits


  • 1999 - 2003 Mk4 Golf TDI with ALH Engine Code
  • 1999 - 2003 Mk4 Jetta TDI with ALH Engine Code
  • 1998 - 2003 Mk4 New Beetle TDI with ALH Engine Code
  • 2004-2006 Mk4 Golf TDI with BEW engine Code
  • 2004 - 2005.5 Mk4 Jetta TDI with BEW engine Code
  • 2002 - 2006 Mk4 Jetta Wagon TDI with ALH and BEW engine Code
  • 2004-2006 Mk4 New Beetle TDI with BEW engine Code


  • KermaCatchCan
  • KermaCatchCan
  • KermaTDI
  • New

Shipping Information

  • Item Requires Shipping
  • 6.0 lbs.
  • W12.0000” x H4.0000” x L4.0000”

Customer Reviews

Comment Total Reviews (1)

High quality but not complete kit
  • Currently 4/5 Stars

Reviewed by: Guest12/26/2016 07:00AM

Purchased from: KERMATDI

Pros: The CNC quality is top notch and it fits the MKIV perfectly.
Comes with silicone tubing.
Designed to work with the OMI intake and tee.

Cons: No instructions of any sort. The CNC mount fits the oil filter housing perfect but on the oil can side it was cut too large. With the the clamp tightened all the way down the can was loose. I had to shim the can all the way around to lock it down. For $300 I should not have to shim anything. It should be precisely cut.
Silicon tubing will not bend to a 90 as suggested in the photo's. I had to purchase
barb 90's to make the bends. Not sure what the flare fitting is included for. I assume
it is intended to be used as a barb fitting. I did not use it and had to purchase a 3/8 mip x 1/2 barb fitting to make the turn back to the OMI intake.
There is also no drain so you will have to undo everything and unclamp to empty.

Overall I would recommend the product, just know you will have to custom fit it to your application. I am also considering drilling and tapping the bottom of the can for an petcock.

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