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Old 06-27-2013, 03:34 AM   #36
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Been following this post for some time. I think I will trust the Ford engineers and just leave things alone, there must be a reason they designed it this way. Hard to tell what the long term effects of changing Fords design might have. This money could be better spent elsewhere. My 2 Cents.
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Been following this post for some time. I think I will trust the Ford engineers and just leave things alone, there must be a reason they designed it this way. Hard to tell what the long term effects of changing Fords design might have. This money could be better spent elsewhere. My 2 Cents.
Reason they don't put it on there originally is because of smog I believe. Wouldn't pass emissions.

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Been following this post for some time. I think I will trust the Ford engineers and just leave things alone, there must be a reason they designed it this way. Hard to tell what the long term effects of changing Fords design might have. This money could be better spent elsewhere. My 2 Cents.
Pretty much like removing the cats. Ford can't do it. Do to environment. Doesn't mean you can't do it.
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I get about 1 tablespoon a month,I think it is oil vapor building up or more vacuum at higher rpm's. I have a boss so redline is 7500

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If you don't put something there to stop the oil vapor you will need seafoam to clean out your intake about 1-2 times a year. Also lowers octane alittle.
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The filter was one of the first things I purchased after reading many reviews, and I have never looked back.
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I'm considering a small K&N driver's side breather filter, while keeping the PCV on the passenger side. After clocking 1800 miles on the GT, I found the throttle body perfectly clean, oil stain-free and bone dry. The oil level remains at the FULL mark.
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Anyone tried putting a coffee filter in their Catch Can?
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Anyone tried putting a coffee filter in their Catch Can?
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I purchased and installed a JLT for my passenger side approx a month ago. I am surprised how much oil makes its way into the can. After seeing this post, I also purchased the K&N breather filter for the driver side. I'm happy with the results, but not sure if it will ever make a positive difference for my ride. I hope it helps preserve the life of the car, because I plan to keep her until she dies. www.2013-mustang-gt.com
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