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Old 06-20-2011, 03:43 PM   #1
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PCV oil separating catch can systems

What makes the RX performance
the most effective oil separating catchcan
on the market?







There are several factors that come into play to effectively remove & trap oil mist/vapors from the PCV flow.

1. Condensation

This is the most effective, and how most cans work (even an empty beer can will catch a good amount of oil of plumbed inline).

The vapors traveling through the can make contact with the outer (cooling) surface and the oil is condensed to droplets where they fall to the bottom of the can and are trapped for removal.
  1. Slowing the velocity of the flow in a large enough chamber to prevent these droplets from being carried through the can and into the intake manifold.
  2. The distance from the inlet to outlet of the RX can is nearly 9” where most cans are 1-1 1/2” which allows for oil pull-through as a good amount of the vapors just take the path of least resistance without a chance to cool, condense, and trap the oil droplets.
The larger of the Billet filter media cans works the best of that style with the smallest being the least effective due to the lack of area to allow the flow to slow enough for the droplets to fall out of suspension.
Lastly come the Ebay and other off-brands that are nothing more than an empty can wit 2 fittings attached. These WILL catch oil, but most comes in and right out the outlet, and the home depot/lowes air compressor plastic devices. They will again catch oil, but let far to much through.

The RX can has a perforated dispersion tune running down the center from the inlet that disperses the gasses to contact the most possible cooling/condensing surface, a diverter cylinder to further direct the vapors into the cooling chamber and away from the outlet, then it is large enough in area (nearly 1 qt) to allow the flow to slow enough to drop out of suspension, it then flows around an internal disc baffle system giving it one more surface to contact and cool and forces it to contact the outer cooling surface evenly before exiting through and integrated poly check valve to prevent any reversion.





Does that mean these other cans are junk? Absolutely not! Most are extremely high quality in construction & appearance, and DO catch most of the oil, so they should all be considered as good choices over nothing at all, and will prevent most of the issues oil in the intake air charge cause. So weigh the price and your goals in making your choice.

The RX can requires NO disassembly to clean. The filter media cans require disassemble & cleaning (including removing the mesh and cleaning it) every few days/weeks of use to be truly effective. The RX has a easy drain valve on the bottom and a remote 1' long drain hose to zip tie in place so you can simply put a drain pan under the car to catch it. No mess, No dis-assembly, and no internal cleaning needed ever.

The RX can is the ONLY can on the market with an integrated PCV/check valve to ensure the proper flow/metering that the LSX V8's require.

RX performance has the ONLY can specifically configured for forced induction applications with dual poly check valves integrated into the design, and the RX standard can is $139 (add $20 for FI) and the best tech support by email, PM. or phone nearly 24/7 and detailed application diagrams for most any car/motor/power adder combo.





Make sure to specify the make/model/year/motor/mods/and polished or the color desired.





Also, add $39 for the matching breather kit.
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Old 06-20-2011, 03:50 PM   #2
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To order, Send $139 (for NA or top mount SC, $159 for turbo or front mount SC) $15 S&H, and $39 for the optional breather to:


To order, call direct: 727-422-0076 or email: RXProducts@aol.com

PayPal is down right now as we switch accounts.

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Old 07-06-2011, 07:36 PM   #3
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Old 07-10-2011, 07:51 PM   #4
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Enter the give away as well!!! If you win, you can choose another product or a refund of the amount you paid if you buy one now.
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Old 07-16-2011, 09:31 AM   #5
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Giveaway is comple and MasterZ was the winner!!!!

This mod is a must no matter how you drive your car.
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Old 07-16-2011, 06:53 PM   #6
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PM sent, i'd like to have one!
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All PM's answered!! Plenty in stock!!
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Old 07-26-2011, 12:25 PM   #8
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A few pics of the AN fitting & braided hose option. This one had us airbrush flames as well:


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Old 07-27-2011, 02:50 PM   #9
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Old 07-27-2011, 04:11 PM   #10
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LOL! Yes. Not sure how close it will match looking at the photos....hope it's close. Left the flames wide so they would look like they are still climbing up to the engine cover before they narrow.

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Old 09-13-2011, 06:29 PM   #13
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What makes the RX performance
the most effective oil separating catchcan
on the market?












There are several factors that come into play to effectively remove & trap oil mist/vapors from the PCV flow.

1. Condensation

This is the most effective, and how most cans work (even an empty beer can will catch a good amount of oil of plumbed inline).

The vapors traveling through the can make contact with the outer (cooling) surface and the oil is condensed to droplets where they fall to the bottom of the can and are trapped for removal.

2. Slowing the velocity of the flow in a large enough chamber to prevent these droplets from being carried through the can and into the intake manifold.

Lastly come the Ebay and other off-brands that are nothing more than an empty can wit 2 fittings attached. These WILL catch oil, but most comes in and right out the outlet, and the home depot/lowes air compressor plastic devices. They will again catch oil, but let far to much through.

The RX can has a perforated dispersion tune running down the center from the inlet that disperses the gasses to contact the most possible cooling/condensing surface, then it is large enough in area (nearly 1 qt) to allow the flow to slow enough to drop out of suspension, it then flows around an internal disc baffle system giving it one more surface to contact and cool and forces it to contact the outer cooling surface evenly before exiting through and integrated poly check valve to prevent any reversion.

Does that mean these other cans are junk? Absolutely not! Most are extremely high quality in construction & appearance, and DO catch most of the oil, so they should all be considered as good choices over nothing at all, and will prevent most of the issues oil in the intake air charge cause. So weigh the price and your goals in making your choice.

The RX can requires NO dis assembly to clean. The filter media cans require disassemble & cleaning (including removing the mesh and cleaning it) every few days/weeks of use to be truly effective. The RX has a easy drain valve on the bottom and a remote 3' long drain hose to zip tie in place so you can simply put a drain pan under the car to catch it. No mess, No dis-assembly, and no internal cleaning needed ever.

The RX can is the ONLY can on the market with an integrated PCV/check valve to ensure the proper flow/metering that the LSX V8's require.

RX performance has the ONLY can specifically configured for forced induction applications with dual poly check valves integrated into the design, and the RX standard can is $139 (add $20 for FI) and the best tech support by email, PM. or phone nearly 24/7 and detailed application diagrams for most any car/motor/power adder combo.

Models for V6 & V8 most any car, and any engine.


To order, call direct: 727-422-0076 or email: RXProducts@aol.com

PayPal is down right now as we switch accounts.

Specify the color or finish desired. Allow an extra 2 days for colors, polished Alum are in sock ready to ship.

Here is what your preventing with the RX oil separating can:


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Old 09-17-2011, 12:17 PM   #14
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AN fittings & braided hose option add $75. Your choice of black/blue/or stainless hose and black fittings.
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How come on your pics of the V6's, one can only has two hoses at the top and is mounted on the passenger side and the other has three and is mounted on the drivers side? Neither appear to be turbo'd or sc'd or anything that would make either setup different.
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The Syn Green V6 is Gretchen....twin turbo build.
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The Syn Green V6 is Gretchen....twin turbo build.
Really?! You sure can't tell by what is in view in that pic. Thanks. I'll likely be a customer in the next couple months. One mod at a time...
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Bump for the RX oil separating PCV system. $139 plus $15 S&H and add $39 for the checkvalved breather kit.
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