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i just put a crank case filter delete on my truck the pretty much all it does is takes the tube off between the filter and the intake keeps the oil out of your intake seems to help i think it made my turbo whissle ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 03-14-2011, 07:29 PM
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i just put a crank case filter delete on my truck the pretty much all it does is takes the tube off between the filter and the intake keeps the oil out of your intake seems to help i think it made my turbo whissle a little bit louder and keeps the oil out of the turbo i will try and get some pics a little later 30 bux all from oreilys i was also thinking about gutting the filter on the inside and just run the external filter completely lte me know what you guys think

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how did u take those pics tomorrow? today is the 14th..... too much coors.... shoulda known.... I would have plugged both of them off

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ya but you want it to be able to breath dont you instead of plugging it off and building pressure right
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so did you remove the actual filter from inside the valve cover then or did you replace the filter and do this as a secondary precation?

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Old 03-30-2011, 07:56 AM
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no i havnt removed it yet im thinking about gutting the filter or piping it all to the external filter when i pulled the line of the side it has been putting oil down in the intake tube of the turbo and that cant be good
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ya they say it ends up in your intercooler but if you take the filter out it wont seal enough to keep the dust out so i was just currious because i pulled mine apart last night to do this but i think im just gonna replace the filter cause if the filters good it shouldn't blow oil out anyway as far as i know, and after reading a couple forums on other sites they say it should be replaced closer to every 30,000 rather than the 60 to 70 thousand that dodge recomends.
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i think when i get some time im either going to gut try gutting the filter or get some tubing to pipe the filter lines to the external filter
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can you give me a part number on the kit thankyou

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not really a part number just go to your local parts house tell them you need a 90 degree 3/4'' heater the one i went to let me go back and look at all the hoses and see which one i wanted and go to the performnce aisle and look for a breather the one i got at Oreilys was a really tight fit but a little lube and force and went right together but if you want to just order a kit glacier diesel sells one but i didnt want to wait so went to oreilys and made my own let me know if u need more info
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