As to the SRT folks...HUH? Calling me on what?
Trouble is your middle name it would seem...
Last edited by Hemissary; 08-31-2011 at 12:24 AM.
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[QUOTE=Hemissary; They have already been ask and have given a resounding Hemmissary is full of it response.
You had Better get back to your mom's basement before someone here gives you an a$$ rippin', much worse than the one you received at 300C forums. It's become quite apparent, that you are clueless as to who said what, about anything to do with anything.
One only needs to look no further than this thread to see just how ridiculous you have become:
Should I install a catch can? - Page 23 - Chrysler 300C Forum: 300C & SRT8 Forums
While you're at it, pick up a dictionary and/or a thesaurus. A quick refresh course in basic English and sentence structure wouldn't hurt you much either.
If you don't know what those are....hmmm, what was it you said to me not too long ago? "Google it".
Why would I even bother any further; but (sigh) here it goes:
What the SRT engineers said during that particular session, 98% in context to 6.1L engines ONLY. They would not really BOTHER with a 5.7L, OR comment on the design of it's integrated catch can. That's WHY it's called a "SRT Engineers Session" I know, I know- hard for you to grasp. One can hope....
Second, when that session took place, the newly designed 6.4L did not even exist yet, (under wraps) so how can you even begin to point a finger at Simon and say that they "called him on it". It would be REALLY interesting to see what they would call YOU, after participating in a SRT Chat session. But I digress...
Either start contributing some useful information, or G T H O O H already!
Last edited by vyper883; 08-31-2011 at 07:57 AM.
300C... A Demon In Gentleman's Clothing...
300C SRT 8... Pure Evil Dressed to the Nine's...
"Ever notice how you come across somebody once in a while you shouldn't have ****ed with? That's me." Clint Eastwood as Walt Kowalski in Gran Torino.
I really didn't think a catch can was anything. I had not intended to buy 1. Then I was able to buy a used one cheap enough to try it. I installed it & after 3 weeks had some oil pooled in it. All that would have went into the intake. Now, does it hurt anything if it did? I don't know. However I can't imagine it hurting anything either to keep it from getting into the intake.
I always wondered why my intake on other cars was a black mess inside them.
06 300C SRT8
Best ET-12.794, trap 110.9 All stock in negative D/A
This thread should just be locked... what could possibly be learned now when it has devolved to members flinging poo at each other. Seems all the relevant points have been discussed in depth.
SRT Max cam, SLP 25% UD Pulley, Jet 180 T-Stat, Solo X-3 catback, Roto-Fab CAI, and Zeitronix ZT-2 AFR, Blue Top solenoids.
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I will not read all the previous posts...so I have to dog in this fight!
But, CATCH CANS WORK!
I have a 2011 SRT8 392 and self installed a catch can.
I have not even gotten to my next oil change, but was curious to see if it was working.
I got this quarter cup at 4K. And, unlike my V6, it was not at all sludgy....but nice and thin!
Hemi.. an catch cans... have been there for years.. look at fuel cars... just a larger catch.. lol
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