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Yes I did. I have a rule - when I see someone on here showing their can contents and I haven't emptied my can in awhile, I gotta go do it immediately. One time someone posted their can and I literally had forgotten that I had a can until that moment. Went outside and sure enough, it was full to the rim.

Well, on my 5.7 I run a 180 tstat with fans at 185/195. And in OH right now it's been in the 50's I'd say on average for most of the miles on this can dump. If that helps our research study here.

Yeah, but what's cold to you? It's 28 here right now. No dog walk tonight.
Haha how could you forget that you have a catch can installed?

Well 28 is considered below freezing so yes that would be really cold to me but usually anything under 50 here in TX is considered cold IMO.

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Convinced! Need to get my theme under my hood in order so I can start there. Already pulled my Tb and manifold off and had to deep clean due to poor throttle response and hesitation.
Manifold too huh? I have only cleaned the TB once and that was before I installed the catch can but didn't even think about cleaning the manifold though.

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A lot got passed the throttle body and down in. It was some nasty stuff. Kinda crazy to see how much is in a catch can so quickly.


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Can a catch can be installed on a 5.7 that still has a stock intake, or is it a must to go aftermarket on the intake?
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Can a catch can be installed on a 5.7 that still has a stock intake, or is it a must to go aftermarket on the intake?
Stock is fine bud. Check out billet technology for a catch can for your 5.7 set up.
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