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Old 05-08-2013, 08:47 AM   #1
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Hey everybody hows it going... I just have a quick question... Im considering removing my JLT oil seperator and installing these http://www.americanmuscle.com/frpp-breather-cap.html
Now my only question is, what do you do with the hose that runs to the throtle section... Im refering to the actual port... Seeing ad tho the breathers are on both heads what do you plug the other holes with?
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Hey everybody hows it going... I just have a quick question... Im considering removing my JLT oil seperator and installing these http://www.americanmuscle.com/frpp-breather-cap.html
Now my only question is, what do you do with the hose that runs to the throtle section... Im refering to the actual port... Seeing ad tho the breathers are on both heads what do you plug the other holes with?
Huh? That just simply replaces your crankcase cap (the cap where you pour your oil in) nothing to do with the PCV or anything
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Huh? That just simply replaces your crankcase cap (the cap where you pour your oil in) nothing to do with the PCV or anything
You still have to cap the intake, otherwise unmetered air will be entering the intake and cause issues. I believe JPC sells a kit with everything you need to do this. OP is talking about using these to replace the PCV system, not putting it where the cap goes. A few other people have done it.
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Thanks napoleon
No problem! I just looked on the JPC site and I don't see the kit I was thinking of. I swear someone sells it with two of those filters, vacuum caps and everything - but I don't know who it is. Those parts should all be pretty easy to source from a hardware or parts store anyways.
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Ya for sure... I really like the ones i found so ill see whats needed when I get home.. I just finished adding billet knobs and aluminum resovior so i think the breather kit would be a nice adition
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http://www.jpcracing.com/2011-gt-boss-breather-package/

Is it this one?
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Yeah they definitely look sweet. I would just be concerned about oil vapor being vented into the engine bay. A few people on here are running them and say they haven't had issues, but I have to wonder if vaporized oil is being misted all over their engine bay and they just don't notice.
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Hey everybody hows it going... I just have a quick question... Im considering removing my JLT oil seperator and installing these Ford Racing Open Element Mustang Breather Cap (79-14) M-6766-J302 - Free Shipping!
Now my only question is, what do you do with the hose that runs to the throtle section... Im refering to the actual port... Seeing ad tho the breathers are on both heads what do you plug the other holes with?
It sounds like you already have the right idea. You can definitely put something together with these oil breathers that will work on a 11+ GT! However, the Catch can definitely does the trick, I don't have any issues with my JLT catch can.

I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance in the near future.

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It sounds like you already have the right idea. You can definitely put something together with these oil breathers that will work on a 11+ GT! However, the Catch can definitely does the trick, I don't have any issues with my JLT catch can.

I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance in the near future.

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Thanks for your help Dan I like the JLT catch can and it does its job fairly well... I just love the look of the breather filters
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Nosympathy where did you get your kit from it looks total bad ***
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Nosympathy where did you get your kit from it looks total bad ***
Its the JPC one. Got it in 2 days took 5 mins to install.
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Its the JPC one. Got it in 2 days took 5 mins to install.
Thanks big guy... Hopefully they ship to canada... Did you get any CEL come up?
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Thanks big guy... Hopefully they ship to canada... Did you get any CEL come up?
No sir. I didn't have my tune changed or anything. Just put em on and good to go.
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I installed my ones yesterday. They make the motor look Kool.
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Do you all know if those breathers jpc sells will fit a 2010 ?
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Does this kit use the oil fill type fitting on the drivers side for the air filter breather? What about the passenger side? Does it use the factory snap fitting? I ask because I'm interested in using this kit for a 3.7 V6. For the V6, the passenger side uses a factory tube that utilizes a snap connector to the valve cover side, and the same snap type connector to the intake behind the throttle body.
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What do these do, that the JLT oil separators do not?
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What do these do, that the JLT oil separators do not?
Look better and cost less.
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Look better and cost less.
And 100% stop the oil

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Does this kit use the oil fill type fitting on the drivers side for the air filter breather? What about the passenger side? Does it use the factory snap fitting? I ask because I'm interested in using this kit for a 3.7 V6. For the V6, the passenger side uses a factory tube that utilizes a snap connector to the valve cover side, and the same snap type connector to the intake behind the throttle body.
Not sure I just cleaned mine and have them off the car. I'll post a picture in a few of where they go and what it looks like with them off. I am not really that familiar with the V6 to know if they would or not.
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And 100% stop the oil

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Not sure I just cleaned mine and have them off the car. I'll post a picture in a few of where they go and what it looks like with them off. I am not really that familiar with the V6 to know if they would or not.
I emailed the tech support. He asked me to check if the opening of the "nipple" that these breathers attach to are 5/8...if they are, they will work, provided the V6's "waterfall" upper intake does not block the nipple on the passenger sides valve cover too much to prevent the breather from installing on it.
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I emailed the tech support. He asked me to check if the opening of the "nipple" that these breathers attach to are 5/8...if they are, they will work, provided the V6's "waterfall" upper intake does not block the nipple on the passenger sides valve cover too much to prevent the breather from installing on it.
Maybe a mod can move this to the "v6 technical section" for you. They seem to do it any other time when something doesn't fit the "2010-2014gt" rules. Most ppl post non tech here because It's ppl we know and trust. There should be a sub fourm 2011+, instead of bearing a thread never to be heard from again.
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Sorry Bucko, I confused you with someone else. Lol
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