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Old 11-20-2012, 04:11 PM
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Isn't there an issue mounting it w/ stock intake? or is something else needed??
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Thank you adrake23. I will give speedlogix a call.
Hey Dusty -

YI - If you use a 1/2" NPT 90 degree elbow on the SpeedLogix Moroso catch can - the engraving will align from left-to-right.

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Isn't there an issue mounting it w/ stock intake? or is something else needed??
If you have the stock intake tube with the silencer then you need the fender mount for the catch can. If you have a CAI or a Charger intake tube then you can mount it to the front of the engine.
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I installed a Moroso Catch Can when I changed my oil. After running 2000 miles I decided to change the oil again. I have been driving fairly spirited and since this car has less than 5K miles on it and I am anal retentive when it comes to oil. Especially when it comes to my first new car... ever...

Anyways, attached is a pic of the contents of the catch can. 101 cc's or 3.4 ozs.

I just feel better knowing that this oil is not coating the intake/valves. I understand this subject has been beat to death. I just wanted to show members here what results I have been getting.
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I changed my oil again after 3000 miles. Again, anal about oil as evident that I changed my oil three times so far and the car doesn't have 8000 miles on it. Anyways, the catch can this time picked up 91 cc's of oil and this after some racing and spirited driving. See pic....
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If you have the stock intake tube with the silencer then you need the fender mount for the catch can. If you have a CAI or a Charger intake tube then you can mount it to the front of the engine.
Thank you Yahooligan! I was also wondering, and you cleared the issue for me.

I am sorry for my lack of knowledge, this is my first Mopar, but I have had a few Mustangs and even a couple of Camaros, and I do not recall ever reading anything about the need for a catch can. Is this a pecularity of Hemi engines? Thank you in advance for any comments.
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Originally Posted by 12YChger-R/T-C View Post
Thank you Yahooligan! I was also wondering, and you cleared the issue for me.

I am sorry for my lack of knowledge, this is my first Mopar, but I have had a few Mustangs and even a couple of Camaros, and I do not recall ever reading anything about the need for a catch can. Is this a pecularity of Hemi engines? Thank you in advance for any comments.
It is kind of unique to the hemi, but some need a catch can more than others and certain oils seem to make a difference as well.
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It is kind of unique to the hemi, but some need a catch can more than others and certain oils seem to make a difference as well.
Thank you! I am going to order and install one ASAP. I like the one manufactured by Moroso - neat how it has a drain valve at the bottom. I will research some more, but this is the one I am leaning towards now.
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I have a BT catch can, and to empty it; you have to remove it and unscrew the bottom.
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