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Old 12-01-2016, 02:16 PM   #1
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Hey guys just installed a pcv catch can and intake tube, I didn't like the factory duct work, on my 16 Silverado.
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After about 500 miles of driving I just had to drain it to see what come out, here it is.... It appeared to be mainly moisture but had a milky tinge to it and man it stunk. On a side note, since installing both I've picked up about 1.5 - 2 miles per gallon
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the most great mods ever to any 14 up truck , well done bro
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Wanted to give an update, I've drained the can several times, usually every 1500-2000 miles, and I can't believe what is coming out of this thing! If everyone knew what was going thru their pcv systems back into the engine, every truck would have one of these.
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I guess I need to read up... Lol I just got a 17 6.2 so this affects all platforms?
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yup catch can is a must on k2xx platform
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After about 500 miles of driving I just had to drain it to see what come out, here it is.... It appeared to be mainly moisture but had a milky tinge to it and man it stunk. On a side note, since installing both I've picked up about 1.5 - 2 miles per gallon

YA ,dont drink it
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Does my 10 need one with 8 psi of boost?
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YA ,dont drink it
Nonsense, mix it with some sky vodka and a kiwi apple snapple.
Its good for the boom boom between the sheets,
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