Ok, so I bought some new "No-Spill" brand cans, in hopes that they worked like the old one I had... Nope. The are just like everyother junk gas can out there and they vent air into the can through the outflowing stream of gas... Hence the flow rate is horrifically SLOW. I know I'm not the only person with these problems, albeit a minor deal, it's just something that adds frustration to the day, and I'm all for making my life a little easier! Sooo, I went on a quest today to find a solution, and came up with this, It worked BETTER than I had even hoped. No more "glug glug glug" and blown up, or shrunken cans! The pour rate (GPM) is *almost* as good as my old Gott cans now. Vents: -Slime brand CH3 Tractor valves (for tires, air or liquid filled) Found at TSC store. -21/64" drill bit for the hole in the can to thread the valve into, no tap needed, the threads went into the plastic can and are tight. -9/64" bit to drill out the inside of the valve, yes, remove the actual valve inside of it first. Drilling it out larger allows air to flow easier/faster. -1/16" bit to drill a hole in the cap itself, *optional* but I wanted to stop the can expanding and contracting and the small hole will allow this and not let dirt and water in. Only problems I see is that, yes, the 1/16" hole in the cap DOES spew a little fuel if the can is full and you shake it around. and 2. It's going to be a bit hard to keep track of those little caps, I can see me loosing more than a few, lol, but they are cheap to replace, heck, I could get some dice or skull caps for them And YES, I'm aware I've already posted this, but it was at the bottom of another thread that was dead, and this is something I thought I'd share.