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new CCV filter setup

Well I tripped over this while looking for some oil filters for Gernam cars. It looks nice. It's made by MANN filters. It's called the Pro Vent and it's running about 170-200 bucks and will support up to 500 HP . the only info I could find is on the Pro Vent 200 but there are 400 and 800 series. 2 of the PV 200s can support up to 1k HP so I think 1 400 would cover any hight HP stroker out there. The cool thing aobut these is they can be mounted verticle or horzontal. Take a peak.

http://www.republicsales.com/MANN/Provent_Brochure.pdf

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Interesting find Matt...

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That's an assload of money for a CCV mod... but cool find!
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I'd try it. Right now mine vents at the back bumper, and people always ask what's coming out of it. I tell them that it's stream from the diesel engine. They all say OK and walk away, but in Cali, things are getting to be a pain in the Arse.

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That's really neat!! No way I'd pay that for it though...maybe 50 or so though.

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Re: new CCV filter setup

Well the only thing I can say is it's cheaper than the other solutions on the market and the filter is good for up to 1000 hours.

I think a catch can is a good idea for any truck. I'm going to look at doing something similar on mine if I can afford to keep it. :-(

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Re: new CCV filter setup

Looks like someone found this before I did. I also managed to confirm you can get these little guys in the US.

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This little setup is spendy at BD. I think the DYI mod is a much better option. Not sure what's going down in your state but the now emission inspect all diesels in VA. I know my 350 is exempt becasue of the GVW. IS the 250 in the same boat? If not this might save you a ticket.

http://www.dieselperformance.com/pro...troke_CCV1.pdf

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Well the only thing I can say is it's cheaper than the other solutions on the market and the filter is good for up to 1000 hours.

I think a catch can is a good idea for any truck. I'm going to look at doing something similar on mine if I can afford to keep it. :-(
What's the scoop on your rig BTW? How is it running?





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Looks like someone found this before I did. I also managed to confirm you can get these little guys in the US.

Good Find Bushwakd.

This little setup is spendy at BD. I think the DYI mod is a much better option. Not sure what's going down in your state but the now emission inspect all diesels in VA. I know my 350 is exempt becasue of the GVW. IS the 250 in the same boat? If not this might save you a ticket.

http://www.dieselperformance.com/pro...troke_CCV1.pdf

The DYI kit that is.
just make your own... I made one out of a tin can and the green brillow pad, 2" PVC, and a drain plug. $20 at most

There are instructions to do this somewhere just cant remember where.

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