LIVERNOIS WINDSTORM HELLCAT CATCH CAN
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- Product Instructions
Perfectly designed and engineered to compliment to our Windstorm Performance Cold Air Intakes, our brand new Windstorm Catch-Can addresses a problem with late model vehicles: The factory PCV system ensures proper venting but allows the engine to consume oil. Our Catch-Can dramatically reduces this and many issues associated: Detonation, low oil levels, and oil buildup. Designed, and manufactured 100% In-House at our Dearborn Heights, MI facility, you can be assured it reflects the performance and quality that our Windstorm line of products has become known for!
*This part is a direct fit to all Hellcat platforms including:
(Challenger & Charger SRT Hellcat, Jeep Grand Cherokee TrackHawk, and SRT Demon)
It does include all necessary hardware, brackets, and fittings needed for installation.
-10 Minute Installation
-100% American Made!
-Uses Factory Hose Connections
-Better Ring Seal
-Defense Against Detination
-Easy Maint (Check Every 2-3,000 Miles)
About Livernois Motorsports & Engineering
Livernois Motorsports & Engineering has become best-known for revolutionary tuning and high-end performance products for late model Ford, Mopar, and GM vehicles. The company is proud of its deep roots in the automotive and motorsports industry dating back to its original founding in 1949. Since then the company has expanded its product line to include tuning and performance components for desert racing, SCCA and drag racing. Livernois Motorsports is proud to engineer, test and manufacture its products in the USA. For more information visit www.livernoismotorsports.com or call 313.561.5500.
Why add an air-oil separator?
Proper control of engine crankcase pressure and oiling can be a significant advantage in terms of horsepower and engine life. While all modern factory engines are equipped with a PCV system, those factory parts seldom do enough. The original equipment system, especially on supercharged, or any modified engine is often inadequate. In nearly every case, there are advantages to properly controlling the vapors and oil that normally escapes back to the engine via the factory PCV (Positive Crankcase Ventilation) system.