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This is one of the better "other" catch cans on the market: http://www.tpsmotorsports.com/corvette-c6-z06-2006-2013/engine/mike-norris-pcv-oil-catch-can.html And a deal on one, if you're interested: https://www.tahoeyukonforum.com/threads/fs-oil-catch-can.108827/ Just tryin' to help.
Water will be on the bottom. Oil and distillates will be on top. Oil floats on top of water. Condensation forms on the warm surface opposite the cold one, or inside the catch can in winter, due to the warmer PCV vapor.
Three things a catch can must have: 1. No resistance to the flow of vacuum air through from the valve cover PCV to the intake plenum; 2. A non-clog-able material for the oil to collect on and drop off into the bowl for emptying; 3. A convenient way to drain without disassembly or damage to seals or O-rings. A way to see what has been collected is also nice. I prefer this stuff to replace the bronze filter element. Some have used pot scrubbers but I'm not for any type of metallic thing that could flake off and be sucked into the intake. https://www.lowes.com/pd/Filtrete-Cut-to-Fit-Common-20-in-x-30-in-x-1-in-Actual-20-in-x-30-in-x-0-25-in-Washable-Adjustable-Air-Filter/50124672 Spend your money wisely (unless you're getting it from dear ol' Dad).
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