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Old 05-16-2020, 08:20 AM
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Except it goes into the intercooler and collects in there, mixes with poorly filtered air and laps your valves to a razor finish until they leak. I don’t feel it should be run down to the frame rail like a lot I guys have it including myself but a catch can on the firewall with short hoses might be a better option if there is enough room.
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Ccv hose down to a catch can, then go a Venturi in the exhaust and done. Simple, effective, no oil on the drive way, fumes are gone through the ex, and you keep the oily mist and crap out of your intake tract. I don’t see insects and ice or blockages ever being an issue here.
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On my Lightning I ran a catch can inline before it dumped back into the intake side. Had to empty catch can periodically but the intercooler was spotless when supercharger was pulled after 3 years.


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Contemplating still which vendor to purchase (SPE, ADS, etc). My 6.0 had oily IC boots and residual oil in turbo (whenever filter tubing was removed). Did a CCV reroute and dumped by rear axle with heater hose - no drips, no engine block leaks, and dry IC boots for 9+ yrs until sold.
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Well if you do a SPE kit, I’ll sell it to you cheap because that thing dropped oil like crazy for me!


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alewis ... Thanks for the insight, i've heard the same on other forums ref SPE. ADS - unknown quality seems comparable to other known named vendors with addition of a baffle (maybe minimize dripping).
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Check out the No Limit Fabrication kit. It also has the baffle as an option.
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Ccv hose down to a catch can, then go a Venturi in the exhaust and done. Simple, effective, no oil on the drive way, fumes are gone through the ex, and you keep the oily mist and crap out of your intake tract. I don’t see insects and ice or blockages ever being an issue here.
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I dont see why you couldnt go to catch can and then back to the intake? I always worry with an exhaust if the venturi isnt placed perfectly it could backfire. I prefer the suction factor of the intake guaranteed to pull on the ccv system. Where hooked into the exhaust could potentially not have the same pull effect and pressurize the bottom end. Maybe someone with a fluid dynamics education could chime in?
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I dont see why you couldnt go to catch can and then back to the intake? I always worry with an exhaust if the venturi isnt placed perfectly it could backfire. I prefer the suction factor of the intake guaranteed to pull on the ccv system. Where hooked into the exhaust could potentially not have the same pull effect and pressurize the bottom end. Maybe someone with a fluid dynamics education could chime in?
If you get the correct Venturi, hence the no limit fab piece and install it per instructions you will never have issues. Out of the hundreds sold idk of one complaint unless it was installed wrong. Just FYI, Mike with NL will not bring something to market just to make a quick dollar without it being tested fully with results. Just my .02, I don’t care what anyone does but I do know what I’ll sale and install for customers as well as my personal trucks.
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