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Old 12-17-2012, 12:54 PM
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The technology of the Arrington makes it superior. I had a Stack catch can on my SRT8. It is similar in build construction to the BT but is a bit prettier. It didn't compare to the amount of oil this Arrington catches.

Now that I have th KB on the car I run a dual Arrington catch can then the KB oil extractor. The KB reservoir doesn't get any oil in it now. It's so good I am going to remove the KB from the system to clean up my runs.

My only complaint with the Arrington is that they really should tumble these in media after they CNC them. The edges on the square section are really sharp.
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Is that the 60,000 mile one?
Yup, the 60,000mi intake was off of my 2010 SRT.


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Any idea if this catch can will fit on a 2013 SRT? I would assume so, but wanted to check before purchasing.
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Any idea if this catch can will fit on a 2013 SRT? I would assume so, but wanted to check before purchasing.
Yup, same 392 engine and mounting point.


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Originally Posted by rayzazoo View Post
Yup, the 60,000mi intake was off of my 2010 SRT.


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I've got the BT can and I've got to wonder how much better it can get. Your intake is pretty clean.
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Well then, if you go by what that paper says, "it has large ½€ NPT inlet and outlet ports that can support a true 5/8€ diameter flow path. For a big cubic inch or high-boost engine, this is crucial"....the Arrington CC is functionally superior the the Billet.
So just food for thought. Even with the 5/8" diameter flow path that the Arrington Catch Can offers, the stock plastic line coming off of the 392 PCV valve is still only 3/8in in diameter which is used in the install instructions. I wonder if there is a benefit of going to 5/8" line on the 392 (if it is even necessary or could negatively impact flow velocity) and if Arrington includes the parts to make the whole system from PCV valve to intake manifold, 5/8".

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Let me preface this as someone that is totally out of their element under the hood: I'm running Royal purple and K&N filter in my 2012 SRT and oil changes at 3k-4k. I run it hard at the track and the strip, loosing my factory tires at around 5300 miles - should I look into a catch can? Any particular brand?


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The Arrington unit is fantastic and I highly recommend it. It catches a LOT of oil vapor!!
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Originally Posted by muzza61 View Post
Let me preface this as someone that is totally out of their element under the hood: I'm running Royal purple and K&N filter in my 2012 SRT and oil changes at 3k-4k. I run it hard at the track and the strip, loosing my factory tires at around 5300 miles - should I look into a catch can? Any particular brand?


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Yes. Billet Tech or Arrington. You would benefit more by putting the catch can on the make-up air line side of the engine. This is the side that connects to the air intake before the throttle body.

I remember when I had my stack performance intake and was running my 6.1 hard. I would always get oil drainage down the intake before the throttle body.

Read about Stage 2 and 4 in the document below.

http://www.allanglesdesign.com/porta.../CCV_Bible.pdf


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My Billet Tech works just fine, but I'd buy an Arrington now if I needed one, there product is very impressive.
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