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Old 05-25-2016, 12:04 PM   #1
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IPF catch can setup - good or bad???

Would like to hear from anyone including Elite on this setup and if it works or not... Thanks in advance
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Old 05-25-2016, 12:28 PM   #2
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Good if you are trying to blow seals apart.
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Old 05-25-2016, 12:31 PM   #3
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is that because of check valve on driver side
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The passenger side needs to be able to vent also, having a 3rd line from it going to the supercharger inlet will be a lot better or else you will push oil into the spark plug galley. I have done that before and oil was all over the place. It won't be able to push into the manifold at boost and that is where high blow-by occurs.
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so would you say other than the check valve on drivers side that it is a good setup - is the check valve breather oil fill cap good ??

would a separate catch can on drivers did with breather filter be better, I just don't want any oil getting into main air inlet... OR

would it be optimal for drivers side to also pull from intake also and somehow breathe
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It can work but the optimal setup is dual catch cans so it puts the crankcase under a vacuum. I've been running 2 cans for a long time and my intercooler showed no oil at all in it. High boost requires a lot of evac.
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by the way do you have any pulleys lower than 340 available
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can you link me to your current set up or pics
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Elite Engineering posted the setup I almost use, I have a catch can on the driver side that is free flowing. Dual inlets on the IPF intake tube using 3/8 hose barbs. I'll post more after work, girls won't work the streets without proper motivation.
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I understand LOL .... ok thanks and do you any pulleys smaller than 3.40
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Here's how I have mine setup. Dual outlet E2-X Ultra, middle port goes to pass rear valve cover(dirty air out). One side goes to intake manifold vacuum with a check valve. Other side goes to turbo or SC inlets for suction when in boost also with a check valve. Then I have the clean side separator on the oil cap going to the end of one of the air filters(clean air into crankcase).
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I understand LOL .... ok thanks and do you any pulleys smaller than 3.40
I've done 3.48", 3.33", 3.125", and about to do 2.95". The 3.33" got me 11.7, the 3.125" got 11.7 but was slipping badly at the track. When the engine got hot the belt would stretch. The new 2.95" has tungsten coating to help prevent slip.

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excellent going to follow your design... thank you.... are you selling any of the pulleys ... where did you locate tungsten design...
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excellent going to follow your design... thank you.... are you selling any of the pulleys ... where did you locate tungsten design...
None of the pulleys survived extraction except the 3.125" one. For that one I took a 3 jaw puller and grinded a longer slope for the tooth. That allowed it to get between the pulley and bracket.

The tungsten one is from 928 Motorsports, but is wider so it will require an exact spacer which I'll be doing soon.
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