Breathers , catch can or?

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Hey fellas. Continuing my sorta newbie questions into the boosted coyote world .
So gathering parts and almost there -

Procharger -p1x
And otherwise stock motor with a Borla catback

which setup should I run? Ordering something asap, so help me spend monies..;)

valve cover breathers?
Or
Catch can setup?
Both sides necessary?
Or?

 

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I simply run breathers in my setup.
 
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What’s some good ones I should consider?
 

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They are disposable for most part. Most auto parts stores carry them. I am running k&n right now.
 


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What kind of power is your car making? Best 1/4 mile ET and mph?
-I have no idea. I don't track the car. I am running a 4" pulley on a D1x, seeing about 17-18lbs of boost which is a arbitrary number anyway. If I were to guess, I bet I am 850hp+ mark.
 

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-I have no idea. I don't track the car. I am running a 4" pulley on a D1x, seeing about 17-18lbs of boost which is a arbitrary number anyway. If I were to guess, I bet I am 850hp+ mark.
I see you run a MT 305/35/19 tire out back. Roll racer? If so, that should be more than enough to spank a few bOOties out there on the Proving Grounds.
 
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I see you run a MT 305/35/19 tire out back. Roll racer? If so, that should be more than enough to spank a few bOOties out there on the Proving Grounds.
Ha. Yes, I had to change to a MT out back as the stock tires were spinning at 70 mph and I wasn't finding that enjoyable :). I like to have fun, certainly don't need to kill somebody or myself. Overall, the car is a very fun street car; however, if I was serious about going to the track I would have picked up an automatic.
 

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Any input on these specific procharger setups?

Some of these setups make me wonder,, just don’t know if I truly like the idea of oil having a chance of slowly getting by seals or whatever and back into the system..

The breathers or a line from each VC to a CC of some sort,
Then vented or not?


Nice.
Ok
And some socks/booties huh.
I love the vent setup as there is no chance of oil flowing into your intake charge. Not that it has happened to me yet, but when the breathers get a bit saturated, simply replace them. Easy.
 

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