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    PCV OIL CATCH CAN 1or 2 outlet?

    needed PCV oil catch can but but...
    1 or 2 outlet is better??

    if 1 outlet, is the oil were catch at the filter?

    2 outlet, would be ok?


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    best if you have 2. so you feed on line from the motor in, and the other out to the intake.

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    2 outlets
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    why 2???

    I just used one and plugged up my intake

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    Quote Originally Posted by excess
    why 2???

    I just used one and plugged up my intake
    the catchcan intake connection debate..... (read links too)
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forum/viewt...ighlight=catch

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    Hate to butt in but what is the purpose of this mod?? Also where is the pcv located? I have the n/a machine

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    I really dont see the purpose behind connecting it back to the intake, companys even offer a filter to put at the end of it and let it spill into the hull. Jerry has had his on with 1 outlet for a while now and he hasnt had any problems.

    In my opinion I don't think there are ay negatives or positives to running them either way, itll get the job done with either setup, all you want it to do is not allow the oil to get into the intake and eventually everything else after it.

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    there are too much oil-slough in my turbine housing and intercooler maybe less efficient.

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    since we got on the topic I started wondering and wanted to see your opinion or the science behind it. If I were to add a fitting to my catch can and route it back to the intake what stops the oil from either going straight through the hose and never falling in the can and back into the intake or it coming up the can and through the hose??? I have the same can Jerry has from Jaz with only one outlet.

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    Look at my links and you will see why.

    The intake is sucking at the top and the crankcase drops the oil at a lower location. So it would have to fill all the way up with oil before the intake sucked it up. I poke a tiny overflow hole though so it will leak into the hull before it does that.

    Also there is a sponge filter between the catch can and intake tube(inside the chrome attachment in my picture.

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