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2018 LTZ 6.2 Max tow with CST 4.5" suspension lift.

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Beautiful truck, awesome CST Lift. Congrats!

 

 

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2018 LTZ 6.2 Max tow with CST 4.5" suspension lift.
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What’s the best “Catch Can” you’d recommend for our 6.2’s, Elite Engineering?


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What’s the best “Catch Can” you’d recommend for our 6.2’s, Elite Engineering?


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The "Catch Can" Explained
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18 Denali Ultimate with RC 2.5 leveling and Air Lift load level bagsb5f20d57d855d406153b63033c0bfdfb.jpg

 

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37 minutes ago, kbren said:

18 Denali Ultimate with RC 2.5 leveling and Air Lift load level bagsb5f20d57d855d406153b63033c0bfdfb.jpg

 

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Good looking set up! Boy, you are close to your house!

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Went from -40 last week to 37 over the weekend, had to get out to the lake during the heat wave!

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Hey haven’t been around here since I started mod’n my truck but a buddy got me looking around the forum again.

I’ve got a 2018 Z71 and mods include:

Custom BDS Lift, 1.5 Zone body, Custom XD two piece wheels, Toyo OC M/T, K&N BlackHawk intake, Mighty Mouse catch can, Color match covers, Amber deleted headlights, LTZ grill, Color match tows, 3rd BL, Recon Tails, TG handle and Interior pieces, magnaflo side dump, Amp power steps, G2 diff cover, polished drive shaft and a bunch of other little stuff here and there. 90% done in house other than application of powder and paint. Still got some things to do but a decent looking daily/shop truck in my opinion.

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Wow!   You have put in alot of work.  I like it.

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Good looking truck. That's a real head turner there.

 

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9 hours ago, TXGREEK said:

 


What’s the best “Catch Can” you’d recommend for our 6.2’s, Elite Engineering?


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I'm running the UPR, all plug and play fittings, takes like 10 minutes to install.

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I'm running the UPR, all plug and play fittings, takes like 10 minutes to install.


How do you like it, think it’s really doing its job?


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I'm running the UPR, all plug and play fittings, takes like 10 minutes to install.


Which one you running, Single valve or dual valve?


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32 minutes ago, TXGREEK said:

 


How do you like it, think it’s really doing its job?


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I have the single valve. Works great, it definitely collects oil that would be going directly in to the intake. I get quite a bit of condensation mixed with the oil this time of year. So it needs to be emptied more often. 

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I have the single valve. Works great, it definitely collects oil that would be going directly in to the intake. I get quite a bit of condensation mixed with the oil this time of year. So it needs to be emptied more often. 


So you think that getting a single valve will be good, don’t think I’ll be adding another can to it and did you get all the extras along with it?


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