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Will be installing the Range AFM delete in by 07 burn with 80,000miles,will I need the catch can??
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No, 07 was a different Type of fuel injection and you will be fine. Not to say you cant install one but it will do very little compared to what you see people getting on the later trucks.

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Oil catch can is always a good idea regardless of mileage,

it should actually be installed from factory

it can be as cheap as $20 to $200 depending on how fancy you want the can. I got one off amazon for $50 

You wont see any benefit diffrence or performance gain, but if you where to pull top end of an engine that never had one and one that did big difference there will be black sticky tar looking gunk in there it's more of a long term preventative thing to keep intake and heads clean


As far as the range I have one and it's a good option if your still under warranty

Cause you can just pull it off if your having it serviced but if that's not a concern just have it tuned out of the ecu the correct way lt1swap.com does it for $50 iv had them do my 2010 silverado and 07 tahoe



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