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Old 04-01-2007, 08:05 AM
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Ccv?

Anyone doing a re-rout or a Racor type filter for the 6.0 CCV system?
Racor Crankcase Ventiltation Filter Systems Applications
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I would love to do something like that. At less than 14,000 miles I already have the oil residue around the hot side boot at the intercooler. Do you know how much this system costs?
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I would love to do something like that. At less than 14,000 miles I already have the oil residue around the hot side boot at the intercooler. Do you know how much this system costs?
I think its $200ish, but from what I read on other boards, the 6.0 owners struggle to find a place to mount it under hood??
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can you just run a hose from doghouse to back of the truck and let it vent,thats what I did on my 2001 7.3.I just bought a 2004 6.0 saturday and it looks like I would be able to do the same thing.
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can you just run a hose from doghouse to back of the truck and let it vent,thats what I did on my 2001 7.3.I just bought a 2004 6.0 saturday and it looks like I would be able to do the same thing.
I dunno I haven't looked at it yet, I was hopping that someone here had done a re-rout or a filter, or had seen it done and could give me the ABCs of it
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Check out this ccv filter I bought from jegs for 40 bucks. Its excellent quality and It might work for you application Jegs Crank Case Ventilation Filter
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Check out this ccv filter I bought from jegs for 40 bucks. Its excellent quality and It might work for you application Jegs Crank Case Ventilation Filter
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Old 04-03-2007, 12:51 PM
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I just got off the phone with a local diesel shop (guys that put my Silverline Exhaust on).

They are checking on the Racor CCV4500 filter system for the 6.0.
It is a Closed System and according to my Rep Ill need a filter system that will deliver + 8.3 CFM.
The CCV4500 is rated at 10 CFM and should be ok up to the low 400hp range.
http://www.parker.com/RACOR/PRODUCTTABLES/TABLE-CCV.JPG

When I asked about the Racor Open System the Rep said if it were his truck he would try to keep a closed system on it (if it will fit) because the vacuum from the closed system creates a negative pressure environment within the crank case, helping to not promote oil leaks.

If they can verify that there will be room for the CCV4500 Im probably going to have it done.
$200 for the filter and housing $100 for hose kits.???
I should get about 750 hours out of the filter before it needs changed.

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