Ford oil catch cans

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    I know other brands are out there, but didn't ford show some from FRPP?
     
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    Yes ... I don't think they are released yet.
     
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    Hard to tell, but is that a COMBINED left AND right side catch in one device?
     
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    No just routes differently bc of the super charger it looks like.
     
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    No they will have cans for both sides. The GT350 specific cans will be available very soon, possibly my year end.
     
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    Our catch can system with clean side separator is ready now!

    http://www.uprproducts.com/mustang-billet-plug-n-play-catch-can-css-gt350-16.html

    Our can uses our diffuser that is picking up a ton of moisture along with oil. We also run a check valve which helps a lot with the factory PCV and keeping a tight vacuum on the motor. And our clean side will eliminate any splashing of oil getting into the intake tube.


    *All Parts are made in America too *
     
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    before I make a purchase decision I would like to understand the differences from Ford version versus JLT versus UPR Oil Catch Cans

    JLT product information is posted on the following web link
    http://jlttruecoldair.com/ZenCart/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=378

    UPR
    http://www.uprproducts.com/mustang-billet-plug-n-play-catch-can-css-gt350-16.html


    Ford

    http://bossmustangsonline.com/index.php?topic=10399.0


    Oil separator
    Is should be available in December and retails for $189. Specifics are:

    1. A lot of development went into the filtering media, "it works great".
    2. It's made out of glass filled nylon 6 for durability.
    3. Uses a throttle body gasket vs an O ring found on other separators.
    4. The hoses come from the same supplier that makes the OEM hoses.
    5. It uses OEM quick connects with proper seals.

    Ford was going for the OEM look and quality for durability. "We did it right"
     
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    I'm sure they all do what they are supposed to. I've had the UPR system in for about 800 miles now. My observations: 1) UPR can is nice and deep! you could probably get away with just dumping between oil changes. 2) spendy but top quality all around. Plastic would probably work just as well but if you like shiny anodized aluminum there it is. The CSS is more immediately visible, and the other can is kinda hidden below the top of the fender. I can attest that the UPR system works as advertised. Before install both breather lines were coated in oil. Afterwards both are dry 800 miles later.
     
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    I think it is awesome to see OEM offer this.

    I am a big fan of using OEM parts when possible.
     
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    I'd be willing to bet that the Ford piece has a lot more real engineering behind it versus the rest. Not that others don't work, but.....

    My guess is it will be a lot like a coalescing filter for compressed air treatment.
     
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    I look forward to it! :cheers:
     
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    Does anyone have word on when the Ford OEM separators might become available? Is there a part number I can start checking up on?

    Would like to get one installed as soon as I get my car, which should be less than a month away now. Probably running out of time to order one either way so I am starting to consider which aftermarket unit would be my 2nd choice.
     
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    ^ I'm in the same boat.
     
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    Ford Racing says "1st quarter."
     
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    Just to correct this, it is not an OEM part. Ford Racing/Performance parts are as aftermarket and any other part maker.

    Who knows if this will be any better or worse then what it out there- JLT, UPR, Bob's, Mishiimoto etc. It is pretty steep at almost $200 though.
     
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    True, but the important part for me is that it says Ford, looks OEM, and therefore just might pass a Ca SMOG visual... maybe. :)
     
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    I don't live in a smog law state, but I also like the fact of the oem look, but I also are considering the upr set up because of its dual can.
     
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    #20 Epiphany, Dec 18, 2015
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    The part doesn't need to have "FORD PERFORMANCE" plastered on it's top - put it on the bottom. You aren't defeating any devices or tampering and are keeping a closed system, closed. A cleaner system allows the engine to run efficiently as possible. This isn't about making your car faster or dirtier. Plain Jane goes a long way here.


    This is how this piece should look. Eyebrows would not be raised. breather.jpg
     
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