Catch Can Choice

Discussion in 'Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat' started by usmc341, Mar 22, 2016.

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Who's got what catch can?

  1. JLT

    23 vote(s)
    30.7%
  2. Billet Technology

    48 vote(s)
    64.0%
  3. Bob's

    3 vote(s)
    4.0%
  4. Other (Moroso, etc)

    1 vote(s)
    1.3%
  1. usmc341

    usmc341 Gold Member

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    Trying to get a feel of the most popular catch can. Maybe a few words on what sold you on your choice.
     
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    BULL ________173.7mph_______ ___2016 Colorado Mile___ Gold Supporting Member

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  3. usmc341

    usmc341 Gold Member

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    Yes let's keep this civil and on topic. It may help some who are on the fence on what brand to buy
     
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    Mr Bigblock Gold Member

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    I am about to buy one, just haven't had time to read up on reviews so it should all be on here sooner or later
     
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    While customizing my 2005 Magnum's engine bay, I went with Billet Technology's parts. Once they developed and offered a catch can, I went with their catch can to complement the other BT engine bay parts.
     
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    I like my BT can. It is a little smaller than the others, the mount is very good, and it is easy to screw off and empty. JLT is also a very good product.
     

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    Went with the B.T. can and braided hose but...install instructions are lame at best. So had to check out online installs and all showed removing that rubber nipple thing attached at the back PCV box. I didn't feel like wrestling with pulling that securely attached thing off so I cut it. Turns out the hose is cut just long enough to get to a still attached nipple with a supplied brass connector. Waiting to hear back from B.T. on ordering a new longer tube or finding a new nipple (which is looking near impossible). Hopefully the longer tube will fit tight enough where I cut the nipple off and no leaking. Heads up for anyone using this setup, just remove the rigid plastic tube only and you'll be good to go.
     
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    Went with JLT. $238 for both pass. and driver side cans! JLT removes just as much oil as BT for much less $$$. Plus still room for a an engine strut bar to be added later.

    Also a METCO Breather added, maybe over-kill? But Peace of Mind for my ride!

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  9. digdug33071

    digdug33071 SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    Just like the look - provides at least 25 VHP
     

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  10. usmc341

    usmc341 Gold Member

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    When I installed it on my 392 I just plugged the brass fitting into the rubber connector like you said. Didn't have to cut or remove it. Yes the instructions are lame.
     
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    digdug33071 SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    Surprised how much oil you actually catch. This is maybe 1500 miles. IMG_3773 (1).JPG
     
  12. BIG DAWG

    BIG DAWG Hellcat, 1st Florida Cavalry Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC National Exec. Director HCC Charter Member

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    I am contemplating the BT Catch can/Crank dual combination. Took a look at their install video and it "seems" straight forward enough to make me consider a purchase. Longtall_1, the National Technical Advisor for our forum, uses a Radium Engineering set up that looks outstanding and apparently works as well as it looks. Hit the forum search option for "Radium" and I think it will "pop" up...I'd do that one in a heart beat but I do not know the specs of what I need for connectors and PCV hose length.
     
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    Anyone know where I can get another rubber connector? Maybe one of you guys installing a different can that has you remove it?
     
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    JLT Catch Can...
    Kit is ready to install...even hoses have factory connectors on them. 10 minute install max. Bracket could have been a little bit heavier but too easy to get (delivered on third day) and install. Works great! No brainer for $119.
     
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    Picture shows a JLT CC but text references other.
     

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