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Old 01-03-2016, 09:38 PM   #1
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Jlt catch can on supercharged v6

Just a quick question: install is exactly the same as in a non sc v6 correct? I keep hearing one way flow or whatnot on existing line.


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Air enters the PCV system via the Driver's side connection with the air intake, this does not change.

On the passenger side however, the one connected to the intake manifold, you need to be sure to include a check valve between the intake manifold and can. During naturally aspirated operation, the IM will never see positive pressure, so a check valve is not needed. When boosted, if the IM sees positive pressure and there is no check valve you will boost the crank case and cause all sorts of issues.

FYI, the one or two procharger check valves i have messed with have been absolute crap and do not seal well at all. I would recommend installing a more serious valve. I gave Kevin the Part numbers for when he was setting his up, and hopefully he sees this because for the life of me i cant remember them right now.

Intake manifold - check valve <- catch can - valve cover.
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Thanks volt I just installed the pass side one but that's it I have no other component. Can I drive it few miles wout it or what?


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Just dont go into boost until you get a check valve and you're fine.

IF you were to boost it would just put pressure under the pistons: Best case scenario it just cost you some horsepower. Worst case scenario is that boost takes the path of least resistance to get out, which could either be the driver's side PCV since its hooked to the vacuum of your intake, or it could be the dipstick and you could blow your oil out.
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Correct, assuming the check valve is oriented to allow flow TO the intake manifold, and block flow FROM it. You want the valve to keep pressure out of the can, as well as the crankcase.
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