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Elite Engineering

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About Elite Engineering

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    Elite Engineering
  • Location
    Colorado
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2018 GM SIlverado

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  1. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    Well, I think we have beat this horse to death...moving on....
  2. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    Good information, but they should compare the Elite E2 or E2-X Catch Can against any of these, and see the real difference.
  3. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    You should have no problems in Colorado with the summer, or winter months...
  4. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    I've always said, the proof is in the Catch Can. It's amazing how much oil gets trapped inside a well engineered and designed Catch Can. Cheers!
  5. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    Like we always say, the proof is in the Catch Can - these things really work!
  6. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    Sure. The first post of this crazy long thread is a good place to start, but shoot us an email and we'll get you a ton of information. We can be reached at [email protected] or [email protected] I'll send you a PM too.
  7. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    No, 35K miles is still a great time to add a Catch Can to your truck. It will prevent any future damage.
  8. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    Nice installation, and great looking engine bay!!
  9. Blown rear main seal

    No. Other than emptying the contents, they are pretty maintenance free.
  10. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    Thanks for your message. Shoot us an email at [email protected] or [email protected], and we can definitely help you out. My daily driver is a 2016 GMC Sierra 62L with an aftermarket CAI, so I'm very familiar with your set-up.
  11. Blown rear main seal

    Hey Dave, can you post some pictures of your Catch Can installed, specifically the hose routing? Or better yet, just send them to our email address. [email protected] [email protected] Thanks!
  12. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    You're correct, but with a properly flowing Catch Can set-up, there should not be any issues
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