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Most will be about the same. Better choices have at least some diffusion in the lid, and/or filter media, but being as you are really only getting looks out of one...get the one the you like the looks of.
 

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We offer our "S" mount catch can starting at $119.88 with free shipping to the US48.


I have this on my SRT and it looks great and functions well.

- Alexis
 

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Saw one on eBay for $39. Good price but just don't think I need one. If I ever change my mind though, I'd be fine with getting that one. It looked just like that one in the first post.
 

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Theirs looks just like Billet Tech's too...odd.
There are companies that make their own from designs that are not "oddly similar" too...based in the US. Should you ever "need" one.
 

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I think I've seen people get results with every brand of catch can. Which tells me that they're a pretty good add-on.

I have the JLT 3.0 Oil Separator (catch can) on my '15 SRT and it seems to do a good job. Runs about $149 and looks like it "could" have been a factory item. The Speedlogix and the Billet Technology cans are much more attractive. And the Moroso looks more like it came from a racing application. They all work.

Here's what I found in mine last week after about 4,000 miles since last emptying it. Probably about 2oz of oil that did not go through the throttle body.

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save your money not required per the SRT engineers who originally designed the 6.1 ......have you ever herd of anyone blowing a motor not having one.......I have seen numerous intake at over 100 miles clean inside just my 2 cents.......
 
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