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Possible to add catch can? #5215082 09/17/19 09:02 AM
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Edit: I realized this is a duplicate topic and I asked awhile back. Admins please delete. Thanks

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Re: Possible to add catch can? [Re: cwilliamsws6] #5215110 09/17/19 09:41 AM
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Hi, I don't want to be creepy but I was interested in the case and I browsed your posts, couldn't find it.


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Re: Possible to add catch can? [Re: Superflan] #5215133 09/17/19 10:11 AM
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Originally Posted by Superflan
Hi, I don't want to be creepy but I was interested in the case and I browsed your posts, couldn't find it.

My memory is useless and I swore I asked it awhile ago. This year has been something else so my memory is all scrambled up lately.

Anyways I just want a simple yes/no answer, if I bought a "universal" catch can could I install it on my engine, K24-Z1?

Thanks LOL


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Re: Possible to add catch can? [Re: cwilliamsws6] #5215150 09/17/19 10:49 AM
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Depends if you have room and size of the can you're considering. I didn't because the only place I can mount one is on the opposite end of the engine bay from the pcv, and I wasn't keen on the long hose runs and bends it would have to take.

Re: Possible to add catch can? [Re: cwilliamsws6] #5215201 09/17/19 11:55 AM
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Try a search for 2007 CR-V... Although that engine would be port injected, not direct injection. The intake valves should stay clean, so I'm thinking a catch can wouldn't really help anything for your CR-V.
I installed one on my direct injected Impala to reduce carbon build-up on the intake valves. The older 3.6's had intake carbon issues, but that supposedly has been addressed on the newer versions. So it may be more of a feel good thing, but the install was easy, and it does catch a bit of oil between oil changes.


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Even in the DI Hondas, intake clogging issues are rare and are basically unheard of. A few reasons for such include:

1) Most Honda owners stick with the maintenance reminder, not unsanctioned OCI intervals like 3000 miles that contribute heavily to the deposits forming.

2) Honda doesn't view their fluids as a profit center, so Honda dealers are more likely to use them instead of cheating and using bulk dino from the cheapest jobber they can find. Of all the non-luxury brands, Honda most likely has the most pliable and most compliant with dealer recommendation population of operators.

3) The designs may be inherently less susceptible to intake contamination. Baffles are used extensively internally I personally removed the piping to inspect a throttle body on a 110k mile K24 engine, and it looked factory brand new. My GM 3.1, in comparison, always had some oil contamination in the intake prior to the throttle body.


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Re: Possible to add catch can? [Re: cwilliamsws6] #5215270 09/17/19 01:47 PM
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Normally, if you have a PCV.......you can add a CC, on anything.


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Originally Posted by oldhp
Normally, if you have a PCV.......you can add a CC, on anything.


This.


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Originally Posted by oldhp
Normally, if you have a PCV.......you can add a CC, on anything.

If it can be done on a 3800 Series II, I'd like to know how. It has a PCV, but no hose to it, it sits inside the intake manifold.


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Re: Possible to add catch can? [Re: MrMoody] #5215566 09/17/19 08:25 PM
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Originally Posted by MrMoody
Originally Posted by oldhp
Normally, if you have a PCV.......you can add a CC, on anything.

If it can be done on a 3800 Series II, I'd like to know how. It has a PCV, but no hose to it, it sits inside the intake manifold.


Let me re-phase......."If" you have PCV with a hose attached.....................you can add a CC on anything."


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