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    Oil catch can question...

    I've searched the interweb and am getting conflicting answers to this question:

    Will a JLT or similar, driver's side oil catch can work/fit with an M90 supercharger on a 2006 Mustang GT?

    I know a few of you have boosted GTs, so does anyone first hand knowledge?

    Thanks

    Stephen

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    Can't really answer your question but on the Coyote motors the passenger side can is always dry on my car and it's the passenger side that accumulates all the oil vapors.
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    As far as reaching and using the built in quick disconnects I don't know, that said I was able to use my UPR can just the same, inlet to valve cover, ouput to a vac source (back of the blower or elbow)
    I have found that I do smell stuff out of the passenger side valve cover which would normally go to the intake as a source of air into the crank case so maybe a good idea to put one on each side.

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    I built my own using the 5.0L hoses and UPR catch cane with the baffle at the bottom.
    Works great! still, see a lil oil at the TB, might do the passenger side next.
    2005 Mustang GT: Mod list is long so down the basics. M90 blower @ 8psi, full suspension, all supporting mods 438HP/438TQ
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