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Old 04-29-2012, 10:54 AM
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Fot those of you who question whether or not it works, I took this picture this morning after exactly 3000 miles on my 2012 SRT8. There was quite a bit of oil in there.
After removing a 6.1 intake that had a catch can on it, catch cans are a mechanics god send in my book.


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Absolutely...was it dry as a whistle inside that intake that you removed?
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Absolutely...was it dry as a whistle inside that intake that you removed?
This is it at 60,000mi with a catch can.



Comparatively, here is an intake at 32,000mi without a catch can

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Wow, great comparison!!! If this doesn't convince people to get a catch can as their first mod, then I don't know what would!
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Originally Posted by rayzazoo View Post
This is it at 60,000mi with a catch can.



Comparatively, here is an intake at 32,000mi without a catch can

I know I'm digging up an old thread, but do you know which catch can was used with the intake you posted a picture of?
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I know I'm digging up an old thread, but do you know which catch can was used with the intake you posted a picture of?
I used a BilletTech on mine.


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Don't companies like Arrington and Speedlogix buy all their catch cans from Billet Technology and then just re-badge them?
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Don't companies like Arrington and Speedlogix buy all their catch cans from Billet Technology and then just re-badge them?
Arrington designed/fabricated their own in house.

Speedlogix gets them through BilletTech.

Both are great for preventing oil buildup in the intake manifold.


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That is accurate...I have the Arrington and it looks nothing like the BilletTech one. They flat out work as advertised. My catch can was FULL after about 5000 miles. Imagine all of that oil getting into the intake manifold. NO THANKS! LOL

I even get oil condensating out of the hose going into the catch can every now and then after driving it hard. This started after installing the supercharger....oil vapor must increase a bit after adding the SC.

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I used a BilletTech on mine.


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Is that the 60,000 mile one?
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