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Old 04-18-2014, 07:26 PM
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Default SADP-6.4 CCV ****** kits

Well guys we have been getting some PM's on these things so we figured we could get some rolling. Hope u enjoy

These come with Quality oil suitable Hose and fittings to do the job .
Uses factory oil cap and hardware .

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They are in stock ready to ship!! No lead time !

Pricing is 320.00
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Are they baffled?
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These are not baffled . Normally the way we run them on customer's and ours we run a sag in the line to hold oil residue as not to leave the annoying drips in the driveway .
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Oh ok
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Looking good brother!!! If someone really wanted they could do a catch can on the end of the hose as well. Keep pumping out the products bud you guys are doing a great job.
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Old 04-19-2014, 06:59 PM
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Looking good brother!!! If someone really wanted they could do a catch can on the end of the hose as well. Keep pumping out the products bud you guys are doing a great job.
Thank you Jerry !

Yeah catch can I would love to do with this but it was a choice of If it would sell like that and I thought it would cause more cost and confusion that what it was worth ...so out went that idea
Just wanted to offer an option for the guys needing them
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Old 04-19-2014, 09:21 PM
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Its a great idea because basically everyone should have something to reroute the ccv. Looks good and like the rest of your products, quality.
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Be careful leaving a sag in the line. They have been known to freeze up in the winter and blow seals.
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Be careful leaving a sag in the line. They have been known to freeze up in the winter and blow seals.
wut?! if you enough blowby to puddle in a line you have bigger issues than the ambient temperature. also-oil isnt known to freeze that easily...
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geez my 6.4 wish list just keep growing and growing.
wouldnt be a bad thing if i actually had a truck to install parts on lol
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wut?! if you enough blowby to puddle in a line you have bigger issues than the ambient temperature. also-oil isnt known to freeze that easily...
There is a lot of water in the blowby also and in extreme cold it will pool up and freeze.
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There is a lot of water in the blowby also and in extreme cold it will pool up and freeze.
how is there water in the blowby? you must have other issues.

blowby is crankcase pressure which is vaporized oil-not water.

the only time i had water in my blowby is when my block was cracked.


and what the hell seal are there to blow again?!
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Old 04-21-2014, 06:04 PM
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I've personally not experienced this but read about it happening. I believe either the front or rear main seal started leaking.

Sorry for derail, back on topic now. Looks like a good product.
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