.........install a catch can? One worker and 5 supervisors.
Oops, sorry 6.
Oops, sorry 6.
Don't know the product's name, purchase from an established well known vendor. Took my buddy about 25 minutes to install, he's done many.Hi Norm1
Thanks for posting this. I've been thinking about doing this myself (Catch can).
Is it hard to do?
Any thoughts/recommendations on which one to get?
Speaking of Corvettes (and other GM designs), if your engine has a stock dry sump oil system you already have a oil catch can built in.... They design for stock needs , and I would suggest any change to a modern engine system, which is tightly engineered as to function and design goals, if one has stock needs for the car, is probably a mistake... I wouldn't think a catch can for stock needs is a good choice, unless you can out engineer the original design engineers.
you might remember the part where I took no opposition to whatever one chooses for car happiness, bringing sin into the conversation is a contrasting position I never advanced .They design to get the most the cheapest way possible. The harmonic balancer is the same one that on a Silverado steering wheel from a corsica anything to keep costs down. You don’t know the engineers may have wanted a catch can and the accountants said no. They also figured a bunch old guys where buying them and though cruisers those guys aren’t to be racing them around.
A catch can will only help a motor. Will do nothing to harm one. Keeping oil out of the intake track is a good thing no? Not really not that expensive. Get a good one for under a C note. So I don’t see the sin here.