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CCV Filter

Anyone using or tried a Parker CCV Filter.....want to use one on my F350

https://www.rg-group.com/products?fi...se-filtration/

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I use that exact one. Some people went w/ the size smaller, but I think the 6000 is the best choice.

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Cool, does it work well keeping oil separated...how long does a filter last? And i want to mount on the frame, is that gonna be doable

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Mine is mounted on the frame (drivers obviously). How often you change it depends on the amount of blow-by on your engine. I go a year on the filter element. Probably could go longer. Just drain it often at first so that you can get an idea of how fast an oil level accumulates. I put a drain valve (ball valve) on it (one I got from Home Depot or Lowes) for air compressors.

Use 1 inch hose. Try not to leave dips in the hose that collect oil. Constant down-slope to the filter. Constant up-slope from the filter.
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I run the same and it is sized right for the 6.0

also mounted on the drivers frame
I used this hose https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

as for the connections to the valve cover i used the elbow swap you can google about

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Yep,

It works well for me. I still get a mist of oil in the tubes somehow, but it is very light.

Nothing like it was when stock

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i get a decent amount of oil out of the separator when i drain it every 3-4 months

i have not opened my CAC up since I have had the 6000 on ( 3 years) i am curious to take a peek

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Im sorta disappointed....i thought this thing was one of the top of the line separators, but you are still getting oil by?? Im trying to eliminate oil back to the turbo and into the intercooler.

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Im sorta disappointed....i thought this thing was one of the top of the line separators, but you are still getting oil by?? Im trying to eliminate oil back to the turbo and into the intercooler.

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You will never fully eliminate the oil residue in the system unless you route to atmosphere. You hear a few who claim zero in the intake after just adding a catch can but never seen one my self.

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WHS ^.

The amount I see is barely enough residue to coat the surface of the intake tube. Definitely nothing pooling.

The better way to look at it is to see how much drains out - all that would have gone through the system.

As Zmann stated - I too get a decent amount out of the separator (ie out of the ccv filter canister).

IMO they work VERY well. If you want perfect though ............

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