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Old 04-30-2012, 01:10 PM
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CCV mod

Hey everyone,

Just cleaned the turbo on my 2005 6.0l this weekend and ordered a nice new set of inter cooler connection hoses. I am looking to keep the oil residue from the CCV from dirtying up the new hardware. I have been looking at the CCV mods and i saw the one from stealth automotive but then i also found this one at xtreme diesel

Mishimoto Black Oil Catch Can MMOCC-RB

was wondering what everyone thought about it.

Thank you everyone in advance for your comments
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Old 04-30-2012, 04:10 PM
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I have had my CCV mod for more than 5,000miles, no problems.
I machined a small piece of aluminum on my lathe to plug the hole in the intake, use hose clamp to hold it in place. turn the plastic ccv elbow around, attach a 3/4" piece of heater hose 3 to 4 feet, 3/4" hose travels down and towards firewall, vented to atmosphere.
a friend of mine, who is also a diesel mechanic at the local Internaitonal truck Dealership, says venting the CCV this way is the way that Internaitonal does it on this engine.

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Hey everyone,

Just cleaned the turbo on my 2005 6.0l this weekend and ordered a nice new set of inter cooler connection hoses. I am looking to keep the oil residue from the CCV from dirtying up the new hardware. I have been looking at the CCV mods and i saw the one from stealth automotive but then i also found this one at xtreme diesel

Mishimoto Black Oil Catch Can MMOCC-RB

was wondering what everyone thought about it.

Thank you everyone in advance for your comments
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Old 04-30-2012, 05:26 PM
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My $25 CCV Mod! Easy!

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I have had my CCV mod for more than 5,000miles, no problems.
I machined a small piece of aluminum on my lathe to plug the hole in the intake, use hose clamp to hold it in place. turn the plastic ccv elbow around, attach a 3/4" piece of heater hose 3 to 4 feet, 3/4" hose travels down and towards firewall, vented to atmosphere.
a friend of mine, who is also a diesel mechanic at the local Internaitonal truck Dealership, says venting the CCV this way is the way that Internaitonal does it on this engine.
I did my CCV route like this to dump to atmosphere, has anyone gotten oil out of it? I have about 6 to 7 foot of hose and I put a valve cover filter on the end just to keep things out. I have noticed once while running my truck at idle i had smoke coming out (by smoke it could hav been smoke, steam or just various exhaust gases it was white in color) And a recent trip to MD I had notice the skid plate on the fuel take, as the hose stops just in front of the fuel tank) has oil splatter. Not a lot but enough to see it had been dripping oil. No other issues with low fluids or anything.
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