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I literally have had this on for less than a week. I’m running the JLT 3.0 but I’ve seen similar results with ppl running the Mishi products. theres alot of back and forth about purchasing a catch can and i was skeptical for a bit but i cant argue with a real world result and not just some made up bs.
Get one as soon as you possibly can. Especially if you’re running a tune or getting low quality gas. You dont want this on your intake valves & you dont want this contributing to the potential for Ecoboom.

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I've had one on for over a month now. Bone dry. I was expecting something but no not a drop
 
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I’ve seen several of these examples of a lot, some and no catch can accumulation, I wonder why the difference ?
 

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I’ve seen several of these examples of a lot, some and no catch can accumulation, I wonder why the difference ?
Only thing I can think of is maybe RHD vs LHD, atmospheric conditions and grade of fuel and oils used?
 
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I think there is a significant variation on the amount collected because the variables are so great. Fuel, oil choice, ambient temperature, climate, driving style, length of typical drive, age of vehicle (some cars are now 5-6 years old after all) all play a part in what your crankcase gases will be composed of and therefore what you collect in the can will vary just as much.
 

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Cars driven in snow conditions, cold climates and for short trips will cause greater condensation.
Most of what you collect in these cans is condensation moisture not oil.
 
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