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    So I'm going to be doing a ccv delete and get rid of all the gunk being piped back to the air intake which will or could lead to turbo issues. I got a kit from Rudy's when ordering all the other stuff for egr etc but it has the 90 with filter on it. I went that route because I dont want to just run hose out to the ground for it to drip from and leave oil spots in the driveway and garage. Since making that purchase I have since read a lot of things about it not being a good idea to go that route because of the fact that the little filter can become plugged etc and still build cc pressure. So now I'm looking into the catch can idea and either putting the filter on the catch can or just running the catch can with a hose ran down the frame rail etc. Open to opinions and options and to hear what you guys are running. Thanks for any advise.

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    I replaced the filter and put a catch can inline and left it running to in front of the turbo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GraveyBoat View Post
    I replaced the filter and put a catch can inline and left it running to in front of the turbo.
    What catch can are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshault View Post
    So I'm going to be doing a ccv delete and get rid of all the gunk being piped back to the air intake which will or could lead to turbo issues. I got a kit from Rudy's when ordering all the other stuff for egr etc but it has the 90 with filter on it. I went that route because I dont want to just run hose out to the ground for it to drip from and leave oil spots in the driveway and garage. Since making that purchase I have since read a lot of things about it not being a good idea to go that route because of the fact that the little filter can become plugged etc and still build cc pressure. So now I'm looking into the catch can idea and either putting the filter on the catch can or just running the catch can with a hose ran down the frame rail etc. Open to opinions and options and to hear what you guys are running. Thanks for any advise.

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    Other option several have done is run heater hose from valve cover to the frame rail. Gets rid of the oil smell and no drips in driveway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshault View Post
    What catch can are you using?

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    Not sure on the brand. It's just a baffled can that my buddy had laying around from his circle track car. I ran it to a hole in the frame first but wasn't sure about crankcase pressure so went with the can back to the factory location. Best of both worlds I think, zero issues with the can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexNeck View Post
    Other option several have done is run heater hose from valve cover to the frame rail. Gets rid of the oil smell and no drips in driveway.
    This is how my 07.5 was done, no issues with it.

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    My only concern now is I have read that the 13+ have a pressure sensor that will throw codes if altered in anyway. So I'm scared to do the ccv delete like I wanted. I also seen drd likes leaving that stock so idk if his tunes disable that sensor or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshault View Post
    My only concern now is I have read that the 13+ have a pressure sensor that will throw codes if altered in anyway. So I'm scared to do the ccv delete like I wanted. I also seen drd likes leaving that stock so idk if his tunes disable that sensor or not.

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    I have drd tunes and went to the frame first and didn't have any codes.

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