2020 RT Destroyer Grey Blacktop
There are so many choices when it comes to oil catch can options. Some are $50 $80 $100 evan $200. What experiances are out there and is it worth spending $200 for this upgrade?
That's the one I would buy if I were going to buy one. I think the most important function they serve is looking cool.I got this one. It was pretty inexpensive and worked perfect on my 18 R/T. It does what it says, I empty it at each oil change
Thanks man that was deep....It's like a strut tower brace, some people are compelled by only dramatic in-your-face mods and others can appreciate the subtleties of just fine tuning the what the OEM did. I run catch cans on my Durango and SS, but I don't consider them a "must do!!" deal. It's not a practical thing for OEM's to include, but that is because the ROI isn't that high, and it would cause more problems than it solves for the daily driver that wants low maintenance investment. Most of us here are a bit different than typical, so we run them (Billet Technology for me)
What about keeping the PCM Covered with the OEM Cover on it? I have a vented hood will I need to modify that cover to the PCM when installing the catch can? I just ordered this style from Billet Technology.Correct, the one that mounts to the PCM is a nice solid point on the durango specifically
Thanks for the explanation and pictures!!! This doesn’t look like rocket science. Nothing a Dremel can’t fix. Much appreciated!The BT instructions leave a lot to be desired, but they articulate the basics if you read them ahead of time, a few times. The catch can mount instructions haven't been updated since the SRT hood addition, so you're on your own to figure that out. I trimmed the cover on the back and the part where the hose interferes with it. Then I used my own bolts and spacers to get the mount to allow room for the cover to be reinstalled.
I've been building race bikes for years so I'm expert at shim/trim/fabricate to mount things (function over form is the general rule here), so if you don't have a garage and some ingenuity, BT will disappoint. No way am I running mine without the PCM cover. View attachment 111425 View attachment 111426 View attachment 111427 View attachment 111425 View attachment 111426 View attachment 111427