Hey gang, wondering if it's necessary to add that expensive 'mod' to our cars. My car's PCV valve is making a rattling noise, meaning it's defective. My departed 2018 F-150 Platinum (3.5EB) had the same PCV as the Bullitt, and it started rattling at 12K miles. Replaced it, and silent again. Have 2 on order for the Bullitt. Removed the hose, inserted a finger, and it was oily inside, with about 300 miles on the clock. The one on the driver's side had minimal oily feel.
If there's a need for one, I want it to look OEM, or as close a possible. Found 2 choices.
1. The Ford Performance one, but it has to be the M-6766-A50A (the A50 doesn't fit 2019s). And my car has a harness the Ford installation sheet doesn't show, so not sure if it'd fit or not. The hose doesn't fit perfectly either, because the GT350 intake has the inlet at a different angle and it's deeper inside, so you have to stress that hose quite a bit. Plus the reservoir is very small; Ford doesn't even mention how many ounces it holds, but I'd say 1. Cheapest price I found is $160 here: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/f...ibanner=SREPD2
. And here are the Ford instructions: https://performanceparts.ford.com/do...-6766-A50A.PDF
. There's one for the GT350 driver's side too, but it wouldn't fit our cars anyway: https://performanceparts.ford.com/do...-6766-A50S.PDF
. Plus no way I'd spend over $300 in that crap. Ha ha.
2. The second OEM looking choice is a bit more expensive at $200 (satin), or $220 (black), but probably the best fit, and least clutter. I checked my car, and I'd drain it without removing that cover for sure: https://www.cjponyparts.com/upr-oil-...20/p/OILSEP87/
3. This is the best seller, I think, but for the same reason I mentioned on #1, it can't be installed in the Bullitt like the video shows, so the can would be resting at an angle over the head cover.
Bottom line is the #2 seems to be the best choice for the OCD type like me. Ha ha. But let's hear what you guys think
. Thank you.