Best Whipple Catch Can?

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    In the market for Whipple catch can. Missed out on the sale at Lethal Perf for UPR. What is everyone else using in here (UPR, JLT etc)

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    I'm using the JLT mock-up for Whipple and it works. I don't have a driver side catch can but I've pulled off the intake several times and no oil whatsoever, so I don't see the point in it. I hear all sorts of great things about UPR, though.
     
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    I have the UPR. Hard to every say for sure how well these things are working. I have almost nothing in mine after 2k miles. Hopefully it just means mine engine doesn't lose as much as some peoples.
     
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    Nice. good to know :cheers:


    Nice and for the UPR has both driver and passenger side?
     
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    I've had the Whipple catch can and it always seems to still allow oil vapors into the system and even had oil dripping down the throttle body into the air box. I recently changed to the UPR (expensive) but comes highly recommend by other Whipple heads and my buddy here Dave AKA db252. Dave says he never had a drop of oil in his intake, SC or throttle body with the UPR. Mine will be a good test for this as I've had the Whipple catch can running on both motors I've had and both had oil getting into the system, so if it ends with the UPR it's for real in my book. I'll report back in a couple weeks when white lighting hits the road.
     
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    UPR is the best in my opinion don't have a Whipple but I stand by them and their catch cans. I also have the clean side separator works really well. the crankcase breather looks nice and said to release pressure in the crankcase I believe therefore giving some extra Ponies as well. My UPR catch can catches so much oil its crazy so glad I did that Mod
     
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    hell yea [MENTION=20657]db252[/MENTION] is the man and thats what he told me to use. Cant wait to see your review.
     
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    Hands down, the UPR is the way to go. Such a robust and solid setup.

    Trust!
     
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    Thanks big bros. :cheers:
     
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    My UPR stays pretty dry BUT I don't have oil in my throttle body either. I have a breather on the driver side.
     
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    That's strange that it doesn't catch any oil. Do you have a pic of your setup?
     
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    Here you go. That's about 1500 miles, 90% of that is WOT

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    I have the jlt and it works well. I empty evy 1500 to 2000 miles. It catches a lot.
     
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    That's a beautiful setup. I have the same catch can. Good to know still works with whipple. I'm still learning. So is it a good thing your car doesn't have that much oil trying to go back into motor? I thought all coyotes had that issue.
     
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    Thanks, I've heard a lot of the higher boost guys are not getting much in the can. I just had the blower off last week to fix a coolant leak and barely saw any oil residue. Just the very strong smell of C85 and slight yellowish color lol. Im also only around 2500 miles since Whipple, while most of those miles are WOT still no miles compared to others.
     
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