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Old 05-10-2011, 07:39 AM
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Best pre-packaged CCV kit?

In my quest to continue the upgrades to my 6.0, I want to do a CCV re-route- a CLEAN install. For someone not looking to put together their own solution, is this pretty much the most solid kit out there?

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Looking for any leads on other kits I should consider. Thanks!
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IMHO that's as useless as their sales pitch--LOL. You need to look at something that truly functions as this is NOT an area where you want to cause any kind of restriction. The CCV is more important than most realize.
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It seems like alot of kits are popping up on ebay and what not and while many do look really great they are not much internally (you know, the part that does all the work).
Although i have mine routed to the atmosphere if i were to spend money on a CCV return kit i would buy the BD-power kit.
A little spendy but there stuff is top notch
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Just checked out that BD system- that is rather spendy! Is that the be-all-end-all? I've seen the threads on routing the hose to the rear, but I'd like to avoid the potential oil drips. I was hoping for a nice, clean solution.

Any other suggestions?
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I spent my money on a wanna-be kit years ago. I am getting ready to buy a RACOR setup for my vehicle. The BD kit is nice, but I just don't know how well it works not to mention it isn't even their stuff....it is a MANN filter with their name on it and an extra big price tag for a few custom hoses.
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The Racor 4500CCV is the only option here. I don't have one on my 6.0, but I do have it on a couple of large industrial diesel engines. The Racor is the only one that works as its supposed to in all that I have ever seen.
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The Racor 4500CCV is the only option here. I don't have one on my 6.0, but I do have it on a couple of large industrial diesel engines. The Racor is the only one that works as its supposed to in all that I have ever seen.


I agree 100%.....need to get my hands on a unit
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I have the BD unit and it fits and works great. Drain 1/2-3/4cup oil every 5000miles.
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I bought this CCV about 8 months ago its worked great and its not that pricey

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