Dress up your engine bay and keep crankcase blow by gas from reentering your intake air stream, intake and throttle body by adding a catch can to your PCV system.
Designed, engineered and manufactured in-house at API, our new Competition Catch-Can V 2.0 improves every aspect of our best in class Competition Catch-Can V 1.Machined from Billet 6061-T6 Aircraft AluminumImproved Filtering ProcessCollector Holds 32% MoreQuick Release Collector Billet Aluminum -8 AN FittingsWe believe our V 2.0 to be the best-in-class, not just for the HEMI enthusiast, but for all enthusiasts regardless of brand. V 2.0 utilizes a centrifugal flow pattern to virtually...
Dimensions:12 x 12 x 6
The Arrington Performance S/E Air Oil Catch CanThe new Arrington Performance S/E Catch can provides the same first stage filtration as the Arrington Performance HEMI Air Oil Separator but removes the second stage filter to provide a more compact and economical design to customers who want to add a second catch can to their high horsepower racing HEMI or a first catch can to their mostly stock HEMI powered vehicle. This catch can provides a solution that still packs the engineering and design...
Dimensions:12 x 6 x 6
HEMI Oil Catch Can by Moroso This custom fabricated billet oil catch can for the 2005+ Charger, Challenger, Magnum and 300 equipped with 5.7L or 6.1L HEMI engines features a unique drain system, filter media and custom fit brackets to withstand the rigors of intense driving applications. How a your HEMI’s stock PCV System works The PCV (Positive Crankcase Ventilation) system is designed to remove any excess fumes from the HEMI engine crankcase, which if it didn’t, could cause oil leaks...
Jeep Oil Catch Can by Moroso Part 85482, is a custom oil separator for the Jeep SRT8 6.1L features a unique drain system, filter media and custom fit brackets to withstand the rigors of intense driving applications. How a HEMI PCV System works The Positive Crankcase Ventilation or PCV system is designed to remove any excess fumes from the HEMI engine crankcase, if it did not, it might cause oil leaks or engine seal damage. The PCV system routes crankcase fumes into the intake manifold...