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Old 07-02-2017, 09:06 PM   #1
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i bought a catch can from Moe's Performance, i have a 2011 hemi 1500, the mounting bolt for the bracket, does not fit into the engine block hole. any one else have this problem? i contacting them about it and just waiting to hear back.

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Old 07-07-2017, 11:37 AM   #2
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If you don't install the stickers it will never go on, but they're good for an extra 30hp. Good luck.
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i bought a catch can from Moe's Performance, i have a 2011 hemi 1500, the mounting bolt for the bracket, does not fit into the engine block hole. any one else have this problem? i contacting them about it and just waiting to hear back.
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Most of the one's I've seen used of various types end up requiring some fitting fabrication to look better and work correctly IMO...

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I didn't know anyone made a catch can that will function on our Rams.
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I didn't know anyone made a catch can that will function on our Rams.
I think it depends on the year. 3rd gens is a no go since the PCV valve is integrated into the intake manifold. Not sure if that is all 3rd gens or not but I know my 04 has that.
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I think the '07 was the first to use a catch can but not for sure... 03, 04 and 05 definitely have internal PCV.
Whatever you choose will most likely require modifications...
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I think the '07 was the first to use a catch can but not for sure... 03, 04 and 05 definitely have internal PCV.
Whatever you choose will most likely require modifications...
My 07' has the PCV mounted into the intake manifold.
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My 07' has the PCV mounted into the intake manifold.
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Good info- I don't know when they went to an external PCV.
Maybe it was first in the Gen. IV's .


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i bought a catch can from Moe's Performance, i have a 2011 hemi 1500, the mounting bolt for the bracket, does not fit into the engine block hole. any one else have this problem? i contacting them about it and just waiting to hear back.
Which can did you purchase? I bought a Billet Tech can with the z-plate from Moe's and it bolted right up. BT has an install video for the 2009-on up Rams and will show you where to mount the can.
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Which can did you purchase? I bought a Billet Tech can with the z-plate from Moe's and it bolted right up. BT has an install video for the 2009-on up Rams and will show you where to mount the can.
bought the same one. i saw the video and there's only 1 threaded hole, but the bolt won't fit all the way, maybe they sent the wrong size.
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