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Mishimoto's 6.0L Powerstroke Direct Fit Catch Can R&D Thread

Hey Guys,

I just wanted to start up our thread for the 6.0L direct fit catch can kit that we're currently working on. We're currently working with using a high flow filter to make it less restrictive than other catch cans, and work better with diesel engines. So well, in fact, that we will be expanding this catch can into our universal high-flow kit.



I'll be back shortly with updates on the project as it develops and can answer any questions you might have!


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Interesting

A CCV catch can that is capable of 400-600 HP would have a max flow rate of what ? 15 CFM

if you can get a kit together that is easier to mount and cheaper than the proven Racor CCV units then you will have a winner
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This could be VERY legit...



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Interesting

A CCV catch can that is capable of 400-600 HP would have a max flow rate of what ? 15 CFM

if you can get a kit together that is easier to mount and cheaper than the proven Racor CCV units then you will have a winner
You're in the ballpark I'll have more info on that as the updates come. We're still running through some tests now

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hmmmmmm.....Inquiring minds want to know....

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More info will be coming soon!

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