PCV Oil Separator - Built In

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  1. Mopurr

    Mopurr Gold Member

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    Very Cool, Gregg Black mentions it at the 1:50 mark. I had to add this via the aftermarket to my GT500.



    Not sure how to fix my typo in the thread title but if one of the Mods could take care of it, it would be appreciated. Thx!
     
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    Sweet!, guess I have a Catch can for sale then!
     
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    Thanks For the video. Now I won't waste the money. Dose any one know how to service the one on the Cat?
     
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    The two that are built in to each rocker arm cover are self servicing.
     
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    Yeah go ahead a trust oe set up your call there. Just was working on my catch can installs (both sides.) Had opportunity to see inside air intake plenum. And hoses off rockers. Convinced me beyond any reasonable doubt adding will only improve oe setup effeciency. But important not to restrict flow so choose your cans carefully warning there. More on that in my previous comments on catch can thread. 1 week out from completing install. More to follow on other thread.
     
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    You know that may void your warranty ?
     
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    What I know is my car will benefit from them (looking inside the air intake plenum convinced me. And seeing how much oil was present past the OE set up; on both sides.) (And I have not been anywhere near WOT or max HP / torque at 700 miles.) (And I know ring seal takes time dyno didn't complete that.) Warranty concerns 0 personally install will be done right.
     
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    Self servicing oil seperators????? How does that work? If they really are seperating oil, there has to be some type of return if there is no catch can.

    I see how much blow by I get on my two
    6.1's... My catch can is nearly full after 5k miles on the 300 and I've taken the intake manifold off the car to clean out. You would be surprised to see what one looks like.

    I will most likely go with an aftermarket unit once Billet Specialties makes them available.
     
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    Edit, billet technology is the ones I have experience with. Highly recommend their products...
     
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    Ordered the radium cans above. Thanks to fnkychkn's help (I owe him a beer or 12) I got part #s for the existing hoses and connectors ordering them tomorrow. Will make install easier in some respects by robbing parts off them. Plus a PCV, tempted to take it out and re route vent house from existing vacuum source to a new place, in theory if the cans are efficient there would be benefit in doing so. Probably won't do that initially. Mount location will be in area front of passenger rocker cover. There's a threaded hole not used on that rocker cover debating 2nd anchor point but having twin cans there, according to my tech, should be doable without affecting routine maintenance. They would be easy to remove. In the end should be slick setup adding to effectiveness of oe setup.
     
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    Well it sounds like they're needed. Are the part numbers the same from Billet Tech.?
     
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    Very interested is seeing your install. Like the choice of Radium. I have CC's (Billet Tech) on both my 14SRT Jeep and 12 SRT Charger. Charger will be sold to make room for Hellcat Charger coming early April. Definitely going to put CC on the Cat. Thanks for being the first to install.
     
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    I list reasons I selected Radium here -

    Will the Hellcat need a catch can?

    Didn't spec B.T.

    Needed I think so given how much oil I see in each CCV line given I'm not pushing my car anywhere to its potential (pics are on that same thread now showing that.)
     
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    Any update on the CC's install? My Hellcat is coming soon, next few days and I would like to see your install. Pics if you got em please....
     

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