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High-output engines require high-flow crankcase ventilation. Our high-flow catch can utilizes a high-capacity bottom with a 5.3 fl. oz. capacity. The CNC-machined lid includes large, M27 x 2.0 inlets and outlets to let your crankcase breathe. Inside the can is a CNC-machined baffle with integrated filter that lets crankcase gases flow through while filtering out potentially harmful fuel, oil, and water vapors. Like our compact baffled oil catch can, our high-flow catch can and filter are fully serviceable for easy draining and cleaning.
To make this kit a direct fit for your 2011–2016 Ford 6.7L Powerstroke, Mishimoto includes a custom-engineered, 3mm-thick steel bracket. This bracket mounts the can in an easy to access location for quick servicing. To withstand the rigors of life under the hood of your 6.7L, our bracket is gusseted and powder-coated black for the highest strength and resistance to the elements.
Also included with this kit is a set of direct-fit hoses and adapters that allow the catch can to tap into the stock CCV breather box and carry blow-by away from your engine. For even more protection, this 2011–2016 Ford 6.7L Powerstroke Baffled Oil Catch Can is backed by our Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty.
(1) Application-Specific Mounting Bracket
(1) Black, Anodized High-Flow Catch Can
(2) Direct-Fit Catch Can Hoses
(3) CNC-Machined CCV Adapters
(2) CNC-machined Aluminum Barbed Fittings
(4) High-Quality Worm Gear Clamps
(1) Baffle w/ Polyurethane Filter
(1) 3/8" NPT Plug
(1) Large O-Ring
Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty
This catch can kit will not fit with CCV filter box part #BC3Q-6A785-AD, which has been superseded. To ensure proper fitment and remove possible restrictions, we recommend replacing your filter box with part #DC3Z-6A785-C.This catch can kit is designed to work with the stock CCV filter box installed. This kit will not fit with other CCV delete or reroute kits. If you need to purchase the OEM CCV filter box for your vehicle, the part number is: DC3Z-6A785-CAfter installation, Mishimoto recommends checking the contents of the baffled catch can every 1,000 miles until a baseline is established. Oil blow-by accumulation will vary with ambient temperatures and driving conditions. It is important that the contents of the can do not rise above the internal baffle.