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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

    You should have no problems in Colorado with the summer, or winter months...
  2. 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!
  3. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    Like we always say, the proof is in the Catch Can - these things really work!
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

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

    No. Other than emptying the contents, they are pretty maintenance free.
  8. 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.
  9. 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!
  10. 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
  11. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    This shouldn't be an issue, if it is, please let us know.
  12. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    No, you're correct. I don't see anything addressing the "dirty-side" of the engine. The way it's shown, is only protecting the clean-side.
  13. The "Catch Can" Explained - By Elite Engineering

    The only thing I would suggestion, just make sure it's doing a good job. There are a lot of Catch Cans on the market, but some have no internal baffling, and are nothing more than empty cans with some fittings on the side. We have done years of testing, and have testing tons of Catch Cans against our own. Again, just be sure your catch can is working properly.
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