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Old 10-11-2015, 02:54 AM   #2983
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Catless header small pulley delicious flash and go flexfuel e85 around 280-300 whp.

I believe it might be higher than that. @SPCorBUST is around 370 whp on a JRSC c30, high boost pulley on e85 with catless header, custom Church tune. I don't know if his front pipe is catless though.
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I have a cat in the front pipe. My next trip to Church will be with a new fuel pump, no cat front pipe, and Ace type B headers with the 250 overpipe. Seems like the kit could be maxed out at that point, but tbh I'm already very, very happy with 370.

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I have a cat in the front pipe. My next trip to Church will be with a new fuel pump, no cat front pipe, and Ace type B headers with the 250 overpipe. Seems like the kit could be maxed out at that point, but tbh I'm already very, very happy with 370.

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Which pump did you end up going with? I ordered a Denso 265lph, just waiting for it to arrive. You didn't like the pump you had when you were running the KW kit?
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I run my JRSC kit with a Mishimoto PCV catch can only. I use a 12mm Boomba check valve between the intake manifold and can itself. The Boomba check valve and Mishimoto tubing replaces the check valve that came with the JRSC kit and the OEM tubing. This is a street driven car only and I definitely catch oil in this PCV can when I change the oil every 3000-4000 miles.

http://www.boombaracing.com/check-valve-12-mm-1-2/

Mishimoto never made a production CCV (driver side) can so I never really bothered looking into another solution. My MAF sensor never got fouled. One of these days, I'll check the intercooler, piping, and throttle body for signs of oil. From my research on the forum, some say you need the CCV one as well, some say you don't. YMMV.
Thank you for response, im ganna order that valve as well looks good in red.
Can anyone confirm if you do need dual catch can or not.

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The P&L header actually has a removable cat section, so that would be an easy modification.

Alright, so adjusted to a 160 whp baseline, 240 whp CARB, what am I looking at with aftermarket pipes and a custom tune on 93. Anyone? Bueller? Surely I can't be the first to go this route.
285?

Nobody's answering because it's heavily dependent on your supporting mods and tuner's decisions.
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Old 10-11-2015, 10:45 AM   #2988
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I believe it might be higher than that. @SPCorBUST is around 370 whp on a JRSC c30, high boost pulley on e85 with catless header, custom Church tune. I don't know if his front pipe is catless though.
You are right it likely is higher.
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Old 10-11-2015, 11:51 AM   #2989
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285?

Nobody's answering because it's heavily dependent on your supporting mods and tuner's decisions.
I didn't mention supporting mods because the only mods I have are the pipes. I guess I should have clarified that. I would just get the JRSC w/ oil cooler and catch cans. 285 is quite the jump over 240. Getting rid of cats and having an aftermarket exhaust makes that much of a difference? Good to know. Thanks!
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I didn't mention supporting mods because the only mods I have are the pipes. I guess I should have clarified that. I would just get the JRSC w/ oil cooler and catch cans. 285 is quite the jump over 240. Getting rid of cats and having an aftermarket exhaust makes that much of a difference? Good to know. Thanks!
Just so we're clear, i'm gonna reiterate:

285 is a blind guess.
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Re: Dual catch cans...

Note that the JRSC oil tank is mounted on the driver side where most install the second can.
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K so i ordered my JSRC and I've been reading alot, and looks like I'm ganna be needing an oil catch can. Now I know there's bunch out there but I need a suggestion from someone who has it on their JSRC and how do they do the job with js setup. Also dual or single catch can? Any help would be much appreciate it.

Yes I did use search and read topic about catch cans. That's just general info about them which I already watched enough youtube vids.

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When you filled the system with the traction oil, how much did you end up using? I ended up putting almost the whole bottle in there.
Sounds about right. It is not quite the whole bottle.

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You don't need an oil catch can.

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Hey Oscar thank you for reply.
Now I don't need it because it's bad for the car, or it doesn't do good nor bad just pretty much waste if money or its optional for track guys?

I don't track the car but i do take it to canyons once in a while and like to push it above 6k rpms.

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Hey Oscar thank you for reply.
Now I don't need it because it's bad for the car, or it doesn't do good nor bad just pretty much waste if money or its optional for track guys?

I don't track the car but i do take it to canyons once in a while and like to push it above 6k rpms.

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We recommend an oil catch can for anyone who also thinks the oil cooler is appropriate for their use. If you're cornering hard while the engine is hot, and have a lot of variable throttle input (modulation), you will have some vapors that the catch cans will then catch.

An easy test is to see if any of your charge pipes have a very fine layer of oil on them after some extended driving. If you do, you'll want catch cans.
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We recommend an oil catch can for anyone who also thinks the oil cooler is appropriate for their use. If you're cornering hard while the engine is hot, and have a lot of variable throttle input (modulation), you will have some vapors that the catch cans will then catch.

An easy test is to see if any of your charge pipes have a very fine layer of oil on them after some extended driving. If you do, you'll want catch cans.
Thanks Mike, any particular catch can you recommend? Also dual or single?

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