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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Engine Discussion and Performance Mods' started by Jkysh, Sep 17, 2018.

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  1. Jkysh

    Jkysh Full Access Member

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    Morning all,

    Have a few questions regarding the JLT oil catch can, and a few accompanying mods I am looking at before winter comes around.

    Looking at the JLT oil catch can linked below, pictures look to be different PCV routing set up than the previous versions I've seen, the ones that rest on your guy's coil packs. Will this part below fit my 6.2, and if so will it come with the bracket to mount to my firewall as seen in the pictures below?

    Im looking to snap this into place soon as I'm changing my oil in the next 500 miles.Thinking it is just an updated version but looking for confirmation

    https://www.stage3motorsports.com/JLTOSP-F1506210-2010-2014-SVT-Raptor-62L-JLT-Oil-Separator.html

    In terms of intake options and pedal commander, I'm sure there are threads which I will look at shortly. However, what is the general consensus on these parts? Not quite sure my 6.2 needs a cold air, I currently have a KN panel filter in the stock box, but I'm toying with the idea.

    Regarding pedal commander - any negatives to adding this little part that seems to pack a lot of bang in th long term?

    Looking to throw these parts on with perhaps an exhaust upgrade prior to winter rolling around in new england. Thank you all
     
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    That is the exact catch can I got and I also ordered it from them as well. It fits your 6.2 and comes with a firewall bracket to keep it out of the way of everything.
     
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    I have this catch can as well. Was a very quick install. Only concern I have is that the tubing does not have any insulation on it unlike the factory line. I may look to add some at a later date.
     
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    Thanks for the follow ups. I ordered this the day I posted and installed.

    Fast, factory fit and hell of peace of mind. Caught enough in about 200 miles to justify its purchase. Very pleased
     
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    have you guys been doing both sides? or just passenger?
     
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    Just passenger, have not added a drivers
     
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    I did both sides. Periodically check them. The last check the passenger side had 5/8" of oil depth in it, the drivers side was bone dry.
     
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    I did both. Passenger side gets a little oil, the drivers was always dry so I removed it. I’d say you only need the passenger side.
     
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    thanks guys. thats what i wanted to know. i guess i'll only get the pass side.
     

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