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UPR Billet Valve Cover Crank Case Breather

This is a discussion on UPR Billet Valve Cover Crank Case Breather within the F150 Ecoboost Performance forums, part of the F150 Ecoboost Garage category; Originally Posted by DBCooper I've had mine on for 3-4 months. I have no signs of oil residue or oil smell(yet anyway). Attachment 155890 Notice ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBCooper View Post
    I've had mine on for 3-4 months. I have no signs of oil residue or oil smell(yet anyway).

    Attachment 155890
    Notice any changes in how the engine runs or idles?
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    Are you guys using this breather in conjunction with the catch can or by itself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tdog02 View Post
    Notice any changes in how the engine runs or idles?
    Idle is smooth. Mid and upper rpms, engine has a more "free feeling"; if that makes any sense
    Last edited by DBCooper; 02-28-2019 at 10:21 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D0ncH View Post
    Are you guys using this breather in conjunction with the catch can or by itself?

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    I'm using mine with a UPR Mega Can Dual Valve with CSS and pro valves
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBCooper View Post
    Idle is smooth. Mid and upper rpms, engine has a more "free feeling"; if that makes any sense
    Same here. I was starting to think I was just imagining that change. Glad to hear you have the same results.
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    installed the breather finally....no catch can for me, but maybe int he future.
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    I'd be interested to know if you notice any reduction in the fluids trapped by your Catch Can with this installed. My '13 has over 100,000 miles and have never had any problems with condensation until recently. Live in the Florida Panhandle where it's quite humid normally, but has been much more so since Hurricane Michael's visit. Three times the normal rainfall in December!
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    Well, here in Ks I empty my can once a week during winter months and usually can fill a 20oz pop bottle 3/4 full. In the summer I could go all summer and empty once and get the same amount. But I have not seen any change in the amount collected since adding the breather. My truck has 121k on it.
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    not sure what benefit other than the vented pressure releasing under heavy throttle..... with out the catch can et up.... but I can't see how it would have a negative impact...

    its a well constructed part, great quality and easy installation..... so that is a major plus
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    An update on mine, it was blowing oil out of the breather top. Not much but enough to spit all over the valve cover... 3-4 ounces is what it looked like. Removed for now. I’m completely stock and drive like an old guy.

    I did have several WOT freeway entry’s prior to checking under the hood
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