RXP Dual catch can

Discussion in 'Generation 4 - General Discusson' started by citysmoke, May 4, 2019.

  1. High on Ethanol

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    I think mounting, size, and hose connections are the only differences between "kits" i don't even think these companies test them on different vehicles or with different mods. Idk though I watched a video about jlt cans years ago. I also looked at the ford performance catch can for the Shelby. I'm going to try to find some random upr kits and compare them. I'm actually wondering if they use different cans at all.
     
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    I dont agree with the test up stream or down stream he is catching way too much fluid. Plus that test is out dated.
     
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    I remember we always hauled everything in one load so we could get paid drive time and sleep in. This worked for most jobs until we started getting bigger projects. Ill never forget the bed buckling with all that 2inch rigid conduit stacked higher than the cab. Scariest 3hr drive ever!
     
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    Everything "special" about a dual port kit for a turbo engine is relating to getting more flow through the can because otherwise it will be significantly LESS than an NA motor. The chamber design is exactly the same whether it's a 5.0 f150, a 3.5T f150, or a 3.5T taurus
     
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    As in, he's catching way more with the RXP than you're used to seeing with your UPR? Hmm.... might want to let that sink in for a sec... but they were in a totally different climate than you so that factors in as well.

    Also until someone performs or references a more recent test this is as up-to-date as it gets.
     
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    No I have a problem with the absurd amount of fluids he was catching with two cans.
     
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    stripSHO Tyler Durden

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    I thought catching fluids was a good thing. How is that a problem?
     
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    I catch about a 1 oz of crap per 1000 miles. How much was catch with two cans? Way more. Almost like he was hyper inflating the test.
     
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    Thats what i was wondering, like if he didn't overfill his oil or something, but i don't know why he would do that
     
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    Who knows? I have a baseline with my SHO with two years of data and 25k miles. If I put a RXP on my car and it catches more I most certainly would keep it on my car. However, I am not willing to spend the money to see.

    Also when I my replaced my noisemaker, my TB blade was dry and pretty clean. Knowing that, I can assume my URP CC is working just fine.
     
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    It would be interesting if you had a 25k miles baseline before the CC
     
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    The only thing I could have done was run a camera and checked the valves. I still haven't yet but, I am really thinking about it.
     
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    I'll buy your UPR and if the RXP ends up being better ill get one too and sell the upr lol, or we can wait a few months, my girlfriend is about to become a stripper to help pay for car parts
    Plus work is starting to pickup which means full paychecks and OT
     
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