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Old 02-13-2019, 06:51 PM   #11
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Get a 4.0l, lol, couldn't resist,
Ron beat me to it!
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Get a 4.0l, lol, couldn't resist,



...just for that, I'm buying the Sierra dual TB intake that's on eBay right now.

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And just as a heads up, Catch Cans work best in cooler places in the engine bay, you are trying to condense the oil vapor, i.e. cooling it so it becomes a liquid and just leaves the blow-by gases/exhaust gases to be sucked into the intake.

We used to stick steel wool in these cans to increase surface area for condensation which helps as well

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Hey, you know that is Distilled oil right
Vaporized to remove all the contaminants and then condensed

That's some smooth sippin' stuff, don't gulp it down



Looks like your were burning a bit of oil there, lol, only 200miles, thats a bit of oil collected

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