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Originally Posted by StinkyLinky I thought catch cans were required for a forced air setup, not a factor for NA. ...



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Old 08-28-2017, 10:30 AM
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I thought catch cans were required for a forced air setup, not a factor for NA. But I've been wrong once before.
Do your do diligence. Search this site and check this write up:

https://www.enginebasics.com/Engine%...Catch_Can.html

There are reasons the factory map is so rich. Avoid detonation and keep the OEM cats happy. The EPA puts the OEM in a box with emissions standards. I would NOT lean out your engine to an optimum 12.5:1 until you remove the oil fumes/mist from the intake. If and when you change out the TB, you will see the mess from the fumes in the intake manifold.

I would also advise a large catch can and pull vacuum assist from the drivers side valve cover (Metered OEM nipple). Pull fresh air from the air box to the passenger side valve cover (OEM set up) with separator in between.

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Got a few other mods lined up, just feels like every time I want to do an upgrade something else breaks down on my truck. I understand a 12 year old truck is gonna have its share of repair, replace, and maintenance to do list but couldn't it have waited until AFTER the supercharger goes in?
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