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Will this catch can work for our trucks? The inlet and outlet seem like they would be big enough to not restrict the pressure in the CCV.
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Will this catch can work for our trucks? The inlet and outlet seem like they would be big enough to not restrict the pressure in the CCV.


I been looking at the Mishimoto catch can for a 6.0 Ford diesel to go on my 7.3 and I believe it is the same size as the one pictured I am no expert but I canít see why it be a restriction unless you donít clean it. I be curious what other guys say.


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It would work fine. Not much pressure involved here, unless you have a hole in a piston. Hahaha. Even if it restricted too much, it would not harm the motor, and the pressure build would blow the hose off or split the hose before enough pressure built to stall the motor, or do any damage. So no worries trying it.

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