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Depends what you're looking for...because of having a turbocharged motor the filter will work until you reach some boost. I say that because under normal idling conditions the engine isn't being stressed and there is no pressure to ventilate. Once you add higher than normal atmospheric pressure the excess air is vented through the CCV tube. I personally wouldn't run one and if you want to do a CCV mod run a line to the back of the truck or exhaust (away from the turbo). I don't recommend a oil catch can either unless you plan on staying stock. With a modified motor I've found that they restrict more than running a stock setup even if the ID of the everything going in and out of the catch can is the same size/or larger of what the dog house on the valve cover is. FWIW, just my .02
01 SC PSD Dually (build date 08-00 w/ PMRs), 8" Edge, dual F&R Doetsch aluminum shocks w/ resevoirs, 37" SSR on all 6 tires, 2" (hub & wheel centric) wheel adapters by Fearless Fred Goeske, Fabtech racing track bars.
Fully built motor w/ B-codes, GT42R, and Terminator HPOS with Remote-IPR.
Auto Enginuity equipped for local assistance.