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JLT Oil Catch Can for Dummies

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor How-To's and FAQs' started by russm, Mar 27, 2013.

  1. Raptized

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    OK. For future information seekers. To you can not cut the factory hose as it is a tube. You must use 1/2" inside diameter tubing and retro fit and oil catch can as long as it is not baffled as this cause an erratic idle much like if one had a huge cam installed (not good if you don't.) Use a razor blade to make a small slice down the tube to remove the factory connectors from the tube for use with new hoses.

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    What brand did you finally go with...I also have a Whippled Raptor and wonder if the JTL is now made to fit a SCed Raptor..? Anyone know?
     
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    Is that a baffle/filter on the underside of the top...easy to take apart and clean? Thanks
     
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    EXCELLENT JOB..!! Can you do one on hooking up fogs to up-fitter switches next...I figure if the little JLT job took you a 12 pack,might want to put a case in fridge for that one...:Caffeine:
     

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