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    It was fun to build and drive for awhile. I built it with no amenities like Gurney would've driven in 1964. It got old driving a racecar on the street. It was fun as hell on the track though. I sold it for my 2015 Mustang which has track duty now....with air conditioning.
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    the symposer block off plate that you can add on to the JBR oil catch can has the vacuum fitting yes?

    just ordered both, @[email protected]
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    Quote Originally Posted by angrychair View Post
    the symposer block off plate that you can add on to the JBR oil catch can has the vacuum fitting yes?

    just ordered both, @[email protected]
    It comes with both a plug and vacuum fitting.

    Thanks for you business!!

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    @[email protected]

    also what is the diffrence between the PCV catch can and regular catch can? I seem to have ordered the PCV one.
    '2016 Race Red ST2: 12,700 miles
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    Stratified v9.0 Tuned
    Cobb AP and Air Filter
    Damon Motorsports RMM
    Depo 3.5" FMIC, Catless Downpipe
    JBR PCV OCC, Symposer Delete
    JDL 3" Catback w/ Cobb Mounts
    NGK Plugs
    Turbosmart BOV
    Velossa Tech Big Mouth
    Appearance
    Boosted Designs Dead Pedal
    Garage Line Hoodstruts
    JBR Rear Wiper Delete
    Rokblokz Rock Guards
    RS Spoiler
    Sto N Sho License Plate mount
    Stubby Antenna
    LED 28" CREE Light bar, cornering bulbs, Fog lamps
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    Quote Originally Posted by angrychair View Post
    @[email protected]

    also what is the diffrence between the PCV catch can and regular catch can? I seem to have ordered the PCV one.
    I'm a bit confused by this question so if the answer is not correct my apologies.

    The PCV catch can is really the main catch can you need. We also over a valve cover catch can that works best on cars with bigger turbos and that are making significatnly more boost. Or for cars that have been flogged and are suffering from serious compression loss and oil consumption. All of our catch can offerings can been read about here.

    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by angrychair View Post
    @[email protected]

    also what is the diffrence between the PCV catch can and regular catch can? I seem to have ordered the PCV one.
    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    I'm a bit confused by this question so if the answer is not correct my apologies.

    The PCV catch can is really the main catch can you need. We also over a valve cover catch can that works best on cars with bigger turbos and that are making significatnly more boost. Or for cars that have been flogged and are suffering from serious compression loss and oil consumption. All of our catch can offerings can been read about here.

    Thanks!!
    Good info on that link, that's what sold me on the JBR.

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    I received my JBR symposer delete and PCV OCC today. I only had time to put on the Symposer delete, and I will tell you, the symposer on intake was fairly oily.
    Pretty sad at 2500 miles to know I've already oiled my valves. GG Ford, PCV oil seperator working so good....
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    '2016 Race Red ST2: 12,700 miles
    Performance
    Stratified v9.0 Tuned
    Cobb AP and Air Filter
    Damon Motorsports RMM
    Depo 3.5" FMIC, Catless Downpipe
    JBR PCV OCC, Symposer Delete
    JDL 3" Catback w/ Cobb Mounts
    NGK Plugs
    Turbosmart BOV
    Velossa Tech Big Mouth
    Appearance
    Boosted Designs Dead Pedal
    Garage Line Hoodstruts
    JBR Rear Wiper Delete
    Rokblokz Rock Guards
    RS Spoiler
    Sto N Sho License Plate mount
    Stubby Antenna
    LED 28" CREE Light bar, cornering bulbs, Fog lamps
    TSW Bathursts
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    To Be Determined

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    Quote Originally Posted by angrychair View Post
    I received my JBR symposer delete and PCV OCC today. I only had time to put on the Symposer delete, and I will tell you, the symposer on intake was fairly oily.
    Pretty sad at 2500 miles to know I've already oiled my valves. GG Ford, PCV oil seperator working so good....
    I wouldn't worry. Your valves will be fine...

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    Filthy valves
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    '2016 Race Red ST2: 12,700 miles
    Performance
    Stratified v9.0 Tuned
    Cobb AP and Air Filter
    Damon Motorsports RMM
    Depo 3.5" FMIC, Catless Downpipe
    JBR PCV OCC, Symposer Delete
    JDL 3" Catback w/ Cobb Mounts
    NGK Plugs
    Turbosmart BOV
    Velossa Tech Big Mouth
    Appearance
    Boosted Designs Dead Pedal
    Garage Line Hoodstruts
    JBR Rear Wiper Delete
    Rokblokz Rock Guards
    RS Spoiler
    Sto N Sho License Plate mount
    Stubby Antenna
    LED 28" CREE Light bar, cornering bulbs, Fog lamps
    TSW Bathursts
    Suspension
    To Be Determined

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    Changed my oil today and drained the OCC only had about 1500 miles or so with the OCC installed but go t about 2 oz of gunk out of it, the first thing that came out was a few drops of clear water. Looks like it's working perfect and it's good to know that two less oz.'s of s*** have gone through my engine.

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