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Old 03-25-2017, 06:48 PM Thread Starter
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CCV to atmosphere catch can

So I've had the No Limit CCV kit on my truck for the past few years and have vented out under the driverside door to the atmosphere. Never had any issues with it.... until we bought a house with a white concrete drive way Looking for a simple solution to hook up to the end of the vent tube to catch the residue before it hits the concrete. Anyone have any good sugestions without having to drop a few hundred on a fancy can? not looking to reroute it back in, just keep it to the atmostphere and leave the new driveway pretty.

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No Limit has a catch can and a Venturi T to route it back into exhaust.


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Just route it into you exhaust and no more drips.
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I'm using that one on my 7.3, works good.
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Nice. That's what I was looking for. Though about trying to convert a filter/seperator from an air system but the inlet/outlets were too small. Looked at some of the ones from NL and other named vendors, but like my origional post... I just cant see spending a couple hundred $ for a simple solution like this.

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while
the concrete is still fresh



and remember any restrictions in the CCV can cause leaks in the motor
so choose wisely

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the concrete is still fresh



and remember any restrictions in the CCV can cause leaks in the motor
so choose wisely
Some day my driveway could look like that... some day.

And the restriction is the biggest concern I have. I'll have to check out the TS one above. I litteraly just want something to catch the drips after it condenses on the end of the vent line. almost thought about rigging something up with a gatoraide bottle and screen mesh, but I'll have to play around with it.

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Routing it into the exhaust with our venturi bung is a very popular option. No drips and the vapors go out your tailpipe.
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After having a CCV hooked up for nearly a year I think it's time to remove it. My truck has smoked more since i did the CCV and it wasn't until now that I made the connection. There's lots of info on CCV delete being bad for you engine and turbo seals. I'm a believer now. I pulled off my intercooler pipes and there's oil residue everywhere from the turbo seals caused by the CCV delete kit. Your really not saving anything by having it. Results may vary but I would check your intercooler pipes down the road and if your not bone dry it's a wash by having a CCV delete. Just my opinion after running one for awhile.
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