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    Mine's also a DD and I'm installing a pass side JLT only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cptahab676 View Post
    Ok. Cool. So is this needed if just a DD? No track use, etc? Also, do you need dr and pass side? Any warranty issues? Thx!
    Yes; any and every car benefits from a catch can regardless of use. That oil is always there regardless of use, RPM, driving habits, etc. Always a benefit. Just right (passenger) side. Left side doesn't do diddly squat except under the most extreme track conditions. Most guys with a can on the left report that it's completely bone dry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by galaxy View Post
    Yes; any and every car benefits from a catch can regardless of use. That oil is always there regardless of use, RPM, driving habits, etc. Always a benefit. Just right (passenger) side. Left side doesn't do diddly squat except under the most extreme track conditions. Most guys with a can on the left report that it's completely bone dry.
    Ditto, I'd install one on the passenger side - always a benefit and they are an inexpensive insurance policy!!

    Besides, once you rev this amazing FPC to 8K RPM's you'll be addicted
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    Seems that Ford Performance hasn’t made a passenger side catch can for 2018 models yet....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cptahab676 View Post
    Seems that Ford Performance hasn’t made a passenger side catch can for 2018 models yet....
    Yes they have. They’re all the same.

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    Question:

    So I have the Ford catch cans installed both driver & passenger sides..
    How do you remove them for inspection/drainage?
    I don't want to remove more than I have to and I'd rather get some advice before tinkering..

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    Auto Fanatic has a detailed video

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    Ok. Cool. They have ‘18 drivers side, no ‘18 passenger....but, can use the ‘17 nonetheless?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cptahab676 View Post
    Ok. Cool. They have ‘18 drivers side, no ‘18 passenger....but, can use the ‘17 nonetheless?
    Yes, it's the same

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    Yes, that’s what I (we) just told you...they’re all the same.
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