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Old 08-19-2008, 06:25 PM
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any one seen the bd ccv kit

BD-Power Crank Case Vent Filter 1032175 - BD1032175

is it worth $319


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I've seen it and someone one the site said if the turbo boots aren't blowing apart then you don't need to do the CCV mod.
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that looks retarded

why not just do what everyone does and plug the hole in the intake tube and dump it somewhere under the cab for like 20 bucks?!!
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That is a RIP OFF!!! you can do the same thing for next to nothin.
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lol exactly what i thought maybe for a $100 or so
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While the CCV reroute was easy and accomplished using "cheap" parts, I would be interested in this kit to eliminate all traces of the smell. If it can do that, the price wouldn't scare me at all. Maybe Kyle from XDP can chime in...
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I've seen it and someone one the site said if the turbo boots aren't blowing apart then you don't need to do the CCV mod.
Well, maybe partially true. The oil accumulates in the bottom of your inter-cooler and gets trapped there. Even after your re-route your CCV, it continues to get sucked in under high boost pressures into your intake. Best bet is to re-route your CCV and pull your inter-cooler to clean out all the oil using a degreaser like simple green.

PS. Your CAC boots will eventually get oil soaked and then will need to be replaced, but it really depends on how often your truck sees prolonged high boost pressures.
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Old 08-20-2008, 06:47 AM
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well here's the deal. even if you are bone stock this is a good upgrade, just b/c your boots haven't blown off yet doesn't mean they wont. and yes while you can do it yourself for $50 bucks, you're not only open venting it into the air but also the ground. the big thing behind this kit is the ease of install and quality look it gives. it's not just a hose dumped onto the ground ya know. this kit isn't for everyone obviously, but for the guy that cares about the look under the hood or doesn't want to mickey mouse something together this is ideal.
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I would be intrested just to get rid of the smell as well.... does it collect the oil that drips?

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Old 08-20-2008, 07:20 AM
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does it collect it... yes in the catch can.

here is the install sheet on it...
http://www.xtremediesel.com/manuals/1032175.pdf
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