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Old 01-29-2015, 07:08 AM   #1
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Thumbs up UPR Dual Valve catch Can for all Supercharged 5.0L Coyote's

Just wanted to share a new system we have developed after working with so many Supercharged 11-14 Mustang Coyote Owners. This system was designed to fix the major problem all the supercharger manufacturers created by blocking the PCV vacuum from the crankcase and running both the in and out of the PCV system together.

I have seen this on so many 11-14 supercharged mustangs and it makes me cringe. The reason is by running the system this way it shows me how no one understands what the real function of the PCV system is and why it's needed.

To make it simple it's for the same reason racers use evacuation pumps on their engines to improve ring seal and overall power and performance. Exactly what the PCV system function accomplishes. As PCV systems work more efficiently we have seen an increase in how many engines and platforms pull oil from the crankcase in a vapor form through the engine.

This has created the need for a catch can / oil separator to control the oil from being scavenged through the PCV system into your engine and eventually degrading octane levels and introducing carbon deposits as well as causing detonation and even leading to piston and ring failure.

Now the biggest problem with running breathers or blocking off the vacuum from the PCV system and only using the connections at the valve covers to pull vacuum for the weakest source in an effort to control oil is a even worse misconception. Not only do you lose all the vacuum that gave you much better MPG, Idle Quality and Drive-ability you are now introducing oil directly through the supercharger and or inter-cooler and all the intake tubing to get saturated with oil.

We have finally developed a solution that allows you PCV system to be run properly and to also eliminate the boost from pressurizing the crankcase without blocking off the very lines that allow the system to perform so well. The first thing is to run your main Dirty Side PCV line to the inlet of the UPR Dual Valve Catch Can System and then to run the vacuum from the manifold to the Clean Side PCV line to the outlet of the UPR Dual Valve Catch Can System.

Now that you are controlling the oil we need to take care of pressurizing the crankcase and still maintaining vacuum under wide open throttle. This is where we have incorporated a UPR Billet One Way Valve into the Clean Side PCV line to allow the system to close the line during boost and protect the crankcase from becoming flooded with boost and also not allowing boost / Hp to escape.

The most important part of the Dual Valve System is to have a secondary vacuum source that only sees vacuum to be able to evacuate the crankcase and keep the correct direction and flow of the PCV system functioning properly. This connection gets routed to the inlet of the supercharger to give your engine the proper vacuum to allow your vehicle to make even better power during wide open throttle.

By giving the engine a vacuum source similar to a vacuum pump, but with slightly less vacuum and this reduces the situation of pressurizing the crankcase and having the piston to fight it during each stroke. This is the main reason people have resorted to breathers because no one has developed a real solution for this situation.

We have been testing this theory and found the physics and results to be solid through the vehicles and builders we are testing this with. We are just finishing the systems for the 2015 Mustang Coyote's and have taken our time to carefully go through each step and back-up what we confirmed....

I just wanted to share the new found solution to properly handling engine oil blow-by. The most common results from this have been Improved MPG, Crisper Throttle and a Stronger Idle. MOST Importantly the is the Supercharger and Intake Tubing / Inter-coolers remaining much cleaner and even oil free.

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Have been a few of the companies that we work with who have been able to see how well the UPR Dual Valve Catch Can Systems perform through their customers and personal vehicles.

Once again I just wanted to share this break through with everyone and it's not meant to be spam or a solicitation.

Thank you, Joe
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