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Crankcase Pressure 
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Post Crankcase Pressure
What do people think about this video and their setup? I was thinking about getting a catch can but now idk..



Tue Nov 26, 2013 3:03 pm
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Post Re: Crankcase Pressure
More info here:

http://www.jackstransmissions.com/pages/jacks-pcv


Tue Nov 26, 2013 3:57 pm
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Post Re: Crankcase Pressure
Best of both worlds, get a closed system double catch can setup. Separate can for PCV and Breather, recirculating like OEM setup but with larger and/or multiple fittings.

The key to Jack's setup is that it's a CLOSED SYSTEM. While on boost, the suction of the compressor wheel evacuates pressure. While in vacuum, the suction of the intake manifold evacuates pressure. Most catch can setups vent to atmosphere. Nothing actually evacuates the pressure in that case.

This is the best setup I've seen With this setup you can custom order to have whatever fitting sizes you want and however many you want.

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