We have a new valve cover breather assembly that replaces the cap on the oil fill tube located on the driver's side of the intake of the late model Hemi engine. The base of the breather is CNC-machined from billet aluminum for precise fit, and the included silicone O-ring is specially designed to prevent oil seepage at the base of the breather. The filter base is microfinished for surface protection and good looks, and the removable filter element is a high-quality reusable unit from S & B Filters.
Check it out: http://www.bmcspeedshop.com/product_p/mbr0012.htm
Last edited by Speedlogix; 03-06-2009 at 09:40 AM. Reason: updated link
Lisa. | Owner | Speedlogix
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8
Nice smoke stack.
From wild to extra wild we got you covered with crap ya never knew you needed.
The first 6.1 transformation and it all went down hill from there.
08 route 66 burnout champion 07 Shindig 6.1NA winner. Willow Springs 1:42!!. 11.796 @ 117mph
Maybe I'm just tired... but doesn't putting the breather right next to the PCV tube kind of accomplish... well, what's it accomplish? Shouldn't the breather replace the PCV make-up tube to the intake since that's the "inlet" (high pressure) side of the PCV system?
*edit* Not trying to bust your balls (well, not your balls Lisa but BMC's collective proverbial balls... oh nevermind) I'm just curious why. I assume this manufacturer thought it through, I just don't get it at a glance.
Last edited by Super T; 02-26-2009 at 11:24 AM.
I DRINK ROYAL PURPLE! WHAT NOW?!
> 2006 Silver SRT-8 magnum, adopted 9/9/06 with 36 miles, groups I, II, &III.
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