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be aware with billet technology, their website says 20 business days to ship. I still haven't received mine and its been over 30 business days. Ordered 2 catch cans back in april... they didn't even send them out to get painted till 20 business days later. one of their guys emailed me back and said it may take 1-2 months to ship. is that normal? their website says they have a bunch of satin cans sitting, ready to ship. If they are custom and need paint, you can expect a 20 business day turn around. 30+ days later, no change... Also, on the bottom of my order screen it says "NOTE: This order has already shipped or has reached the final stages of processing. Therefore this order is no longer editable." it has said this for 4 weeks now. kind of frustrating ordering a product and expecting a 20 day turn around, and 30+ days later still nothing...
In-stock off the shelf items would obviously be shipped out the fastest. For custom orders, customers have waited 1-2 months for their orders just to get shipped out.

I made a custom order of a all matte black set back on 4/18 and still waiting patiently. Matte black run was actually recent, late May to be exact. I already expected to wait at least 2 months. I don't mind the wait as I understand the process of items getting anodized in certain quantities and batches depending on the color is next up to be done.
 

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I've had both my catch cans installed on my 3.6L. only one is catching oil. Installed on the pcv side( dumps straight to intake manifold) and the other one dumps into the air intake. The pcv side is the only one actually catching oil. The intake side is dry as a bone. Only one side(pcv side) requires a catch can. Have about 500 miles after install and I've caught a good amount of oil. I'm thinking about running both off of the pcv side and having dual catch cans filtering one side. Or I may just sell the other one. Not sure yet. Long story short.... Only need 1 can. For the pcv side.
 

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I've had both my catch cans installed on my 3.6L. only one is catching oil. Installed on the pcv side( dumps straight to intake manifold) and the other one dumps into the air intake. The pcv side is the only one actually catching oil. The intake side is dry as a bone. Only one side(pcv side) requires a catch can. Have about 500 miles after install and I've caught a good amount of oil. I'm thinking about running both off of the pcv side and having dual catch cans filtering one side. Or I may just sell the other one. Not sure yet. Long story short.... Only need 1 can. For the pcv side.

What's odd is I have the opposite, I'm catching oil in the intake side... and nothing on the manifold side. Don't understand why.


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I emailed Alex from billet tech and told him about the dual pcv valves in the pentastar engine. He told me that one is sufficient, and anymore is just for piece of mind. I still ended up ordering a 2nd one. Here is a copy of his email.


Hi Jason

Normally the vehicles only need one catch can if you need more then one your either boosting of sort or you have more power then the motor is suppose to be putting out like a super charger or pro charger of sort. With that being said thank you for the feed back and information you found. Just want to say we are not associated with UPR what so ever they are our competitors that like to use our name for there stuff when in reality we have noting to do them with anything of a defuser or sort isn?t really needed not really sure why that is a thing but if ones wants it it they will get it just not something we provide or

attach to. We have always only used one and was plenty for the vehicle it self anything more is overkill or if your just that type of person that wants to have it just to have it then more power to you.

Thank you for the feedback as well.

Alex C
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I've got a 02 jeep liberty sport 3.7l v6 5 sp manual, and was having issues with blow by, throttle body always being nasty. Ran like crap after normal running temp. So I bought me a catch can (2 ports in, 1 out, and the option for a little cone breather vent on top or I could plug it). Anyways after running different variations between the pvc on for of motor and the 2 block vents on each side on back.. . So I finally got it to where it wasn't discharging oil out the top breather.. fry pickup on out port. 2 block vents on the 2 in ports and plugged off top port.. runs so much smoother. And got my performance back out of my upgrades.. cold air intake, chip, exaust, better plugs, coils, injectors, cleared my cats out and deleted the 3rd one. And shortened the gear shifter lever by 4in.. not the fastest thing I've driven but definitely better than before. And I just bought a 4.7l throttle body and fixing to install.. .. she's definitely better to drive thro traffic or whatever. Anyways, just buy a 1 in 2 out Port catch can.. wamm.. lol
 

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The pentium is revised. you would have tontrace the PCV lines and figure your area to tap into the piping.
 
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