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Old 05-01-11
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Default Catch can?

Has anyone installed a catch can ? Anyone thinking of it ?

Even with an EGR blank, how much crap does there get into the intake ?
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I will be watching this thread closley as I too am very interested in these modifications.

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I will be watching this thread closley as I too am very interested in these modifications.

Rob
It would be an interesting experiment to see how much blowby the challenger has that is being recycled into the engine.. Should be easy enough to do with just a small coke bottle..
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A lot of talk about catch cans on the newtriton.net threads. Lots of blow by both the 3.2 and 2.5.

http://www.newtriton.net/phpbb/viewt...t=catch#p69994

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I had the intercooler hose pop off on my NS Pajero and saw how much oil is in the system. Chip it do a catch can with replaceable paper filter inside. I have one fitted to my car. Very easy to fit yourself. The Challenger is no different.

https://chipit.com.au/products-page/...h-can-plastic/
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Any progress on this?
I'm thinking the Provent 200 as chipit version seems fit and miss from reports in newtriton. What are peoples thoughts experiences with warranty impact?
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I have purchased a provent 200 but I have yet to install it.
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I have purchased a provent 200 but I have yet to install it.
Does the provent 200 plumb back into the intake after filtering the blow by residue? I have done a bit of a search on the net and cant seem to find a definitive answer.. If this is the case, apart from emissions laws, Im trying to understand the benifets of filtering it back into the system?
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Does the provent 200 plumb back into the intake after filtering the blow by residue? I have done a bit of a search on the net and cant seem to find a definitive answer.. If this is the case, apart from emissions laws, Im trying to understand the benifets of filtering it back into the system?
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Yes it does. There is plenty of info on newtriton.net regarding this mod. Basically oil vapour residue + EGR carbon = sludge.....

It seems to be quite an easy way of reducing one side of the equation. Reports are that it will remove about 1 shot glass of oil every 8 to 10K.

I had it on good authority that MM had sent 2 engineers over from Japan to investigate the limp mode issues. Apparently they were quite keen to come up with there own fix (maybe a catch can??). Should be interesting to see what develops in the next 6 months.
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im also looking for a catch can. but it seem difficult to look for NL 4M40 engine. the PCV is 18mm..
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