Im pretty sure most people on here just make their own. One guys has a clear bulb on it and it does show there is oil present over time. Remember its an oil mist not so much beads.
Same here.I get a spoonful of oil in there every 1500 miles or so.
yep....i've been waiting to head to home depot to grab the air dryer i need to make one.Can I use this on a new edge?
That's what I did on all my LS1 cars. Much more simple. This time I just went with the JLT since it's a direct bolt-on.yep....i've been waiting to head to home depot to grab the air dryer i need to make one.
Kool what all would I need? And what does this help inyep....i've been waiting to head to home depot to grab the air dryer i need to make one.
OrganDonor,Thanks for the feedback guys.. Was just curious ssince the stock tube was bone dry, and clean..
Guess if mine catches none, that would be a good thing too right?
Plus it looks good..
Here's mine after 4,000 miles. It definitely catches stuff from my engine.So after reading all the other threads saying how everyone should get a catch can, that Ford should have put them on from the factory, I finally got one, after 25,000 miles on the car.
After pulling the stock tube from intake to valve cover off, I noticed both ends dry as can be. not even a drop of oil. Did any of you notice this when installing your catch can? Is it really needed?
Are you guys really getting oil out of these?
I was tempted to just put it back on and send the catch can back, then thought, what the heck, i got it, might as well put it on.
Is that milky looking?Here's mine after 4,000 miles. It definitely catches stuff from my engine.
Yea, but it was also 2 degrees outside. It's normally more brownish.Is that milky looking?
That doesn't look normal, I never seen that in mine, there's definitely moisture in the crankcase. How many miles? And when was your last oil change??Yea, but it was also 2 degrees outside. It's normally more brownish.