How To: 3.5L Catch Can Installation

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    Quote: Originally Posted by 1FST4DR View Post
    Looks good.Thanks for the business.We are in the process of doing new pictures so I apologize.


    New pictures would certainly help. The instructions are a little hard to understand the first time through but the method makes perfect sense. At minimum a better description or picture of which hose is the PCV line would be beneficial since there are three to choose from back there.

    Outstanding product none the less!
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    Good going...now that shiney throttle body will stay that way. Wait until you see how much oil it collects - you'll be shocked.
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    ^ I blame you for this Ryan!



















    But it is a good thing haha
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    looks good... and doing the wrong thing first is always fun haha
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    ^ Hey come on now . . . I may not have followed BT’s instructions but I got it installed and it still works! Haha
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    sweet write up. you forgot one step. Step 6: If you become frustrated pop bubble wrap until there is no more to pop.
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    Haha I guess that would work . . . I took the swear out loud approach to calm the frustration but didn't feel it was an integral part to the installation so I left it out.
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    ^^^Someone's gonna be lookin' for that info when they do their install.
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    Good lookin' out man. This is on my list for sure.

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    Nice write up for the 3.5 guys!!!Way to go and Congrats on the new mod!!!
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    I can't begin to tell you how thrilled I was to find this thread. I just installed a BT Adonized Blue Catch can on my 09 Challenger SE. but had no idea how to hook up the hoses because I couldnt find the friggen PCV valve. with this thread I had no problem and all, and now I know how to route my hoses.


    THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!


    I plan on peeking in from time to time to see what else is new for V6 owners.
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    this thread was what I was looking for. I am installing a catch can on my 09 Challenger and wondered where the heck the PCV valve was and how to do it,

    thanks for this info, I plan on sharing this with other SE Challenger owners who I know plan on doing the same thing.
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    What exacly do these catch cans do?
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    I'll second that last question - what does this catch do? I'm really starting to get motivated to do as much as I can to pamper my Magnum (as he deserves!).
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    There is a good explanation here:

    https://www.custommagnums.com/forums/...ttle-body.html

    The can collects any oil vapor that would otherwise recirculate into your intake from the pcv valve keeping the upper intake free of oil buildup.
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