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I installed my Speedlogix catch can system last night and I stumbled upon an interesting Youtube video while preparing for the task.


https://youtu.be/mxwC5vVqidM



I'll eventually post some detailed photos and possibly video since I used my digital and video camera's throughout the process to document.

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Nice vid thanks going to be putting a Billet Technology Signature Series Catch Can For 2.7L or 3.5L & 3.6L Pentstar soon.
 

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I like to think of myself as pretty knowledgeable when it comes to 3.6Ls, but there 2 things about it from that video that surprised me:

1) there is a built-in CC of sorts inside the valve cover that the PCV valve plugs into (although I will say that based on my experience, it’s not very effective for even mildly modified engines).

2) the price for new PCV valves is $40-60. That’s outrageous! They were $80-90 back in my day!!
 

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These are not your days @Nuke? :)

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These are not your days @Nuke? <img src="http://www.challengertalk.com/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />

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Nope, I’ve grown old and borderline decrepit. Heck, I’m even driving a 4 door sedan now.

Back when I drove those sporty coupes, there wasn’t a week that went by that I didn’t exceed 100mph at some point in it, usually several points!

But now, I can honestly say the closest I’ve been to 100 mph since acquiring The Bacon Hauler is 90 mph.

Although I must admit, when you have the ability to reach 80-90 mph so quickly from a dead stop, you tend to stop seeking your thrills in the northern mph range.

I feel like there’s a math equation in here somewhere...something like:

F = a/d * Pe

(Where F is Fun provided by the driving experience, a is acceleration in seconds it takes to go from 0-100, d is number of doors on the vehicle, and Pe is the degree to which the car’s exhaust sound pleases you)
 
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