I absolutely would recommend one. I changed my oil at 5k intervals and my catch can was 2/3 to 3/4 full each time. It hurts nothing and if you end up keeping the vehicle for a long time, will probably save a good chunk of money at some point in time. I think it was Speedlogix who posted pictures of two throttle bodies from engines of equal mileage and not that much to boot. One had a catch can and the other not. the difference in crud buildup was incredible.Would you recommend one I got a 2014 with about 1500 miles
Time to modify a beer can. I can't believe people really pay $200+ for a 3 oz CAN and a couple of hoses, guess there is one born every minute.Not to hijack the Ops thread, but seriously, I wonder how many folks are going with something that isn't the norm for catch cans?
That's not a good idea. The liquid in your catch can is not pure oil. Did you ever smell it? It's really a nasty brew of several things, including condensed gasoline and a small amount of water.Catch cans?? Snake oil! you don't need a stinkin catch can!!!
Just kidding, I'm going to add a 2nd in my build.
Has anyone ever run a drain line back into the oil pan? I saw this on a race car
You can always build your own cheap from water/oil separators found at the hardware store. When someone drops that kind of coin for a catch can, it then has a dual purpose of functionality and aesthetics (bling). I've had the BT cans and was very impressed with the quality and duability and it looked darn good when I popped the hood. I mean, isn't that why we bought Challengers? We could have had similar functionality with the Mustang or Camaro, but we wanted something that looks good too!WOW, $250 for a small metal can and a couple of hoses.
and while we're on the topic, does anyone know if i can cut this off without throwing codes or knocking the planet off it's axis? what is this thing?