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Talking Catch, as Catch Can; Oil Separators

Oil Separators for the 2019 Bullit.
First of all, the current Ford Performance listing will not work with a new Bullit. I believe JLT and Mishimoto make one that will work? See American Muscle listings.
Why do you need an oil separator or "Catch Can"? Under normal driving conditions you don't really need a catch can.
However, with higher compression ratios and turbocharging, under high RPM conditions, your engine is producing a lot more oil mist. In a V8 engine, "fresh" air is drawn into the engine on one side of the engine (valve cover), down into the bottom of the engine and up the other side, through the PCV valve (other valve cover) and into the intake manifold. If the air moving through the engine becomes saturated with oil and vapour mist, it will enter the intake tract and cause carbon and sticky gum build up. With direct injection and turbo charging, you are adding extra pressure, and therefore more "blow by," and oil vapour and fuel laden moisture.
There are some possible issues related to catch cans. You have to drain them regularly or they can mess up the PCV circuit and throw a fault code. They may not be warranty approved. But, then neither is running the high banks of Charlotte or Daytona. I have used them, and for track use, I like the Moroso aluminum unit. It requires some extra work (not plug and play), but it works well and has a drain valve on the bottom for easy maintenance.
Carbon build up has been a problem with direct injection and turbocharged engines. The 2019 Bullit engine has port injection in addition to Di, so that should help with carbon build up. Under daily driver use, a catch can is probably not needed. But, if the car is tracked a lot, an oil separator is a consideration for high performance use.
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it is a compressor water separator and works great. only thing I had to do was glue the bottom valve closed as they tend to leak. otherwise, it allows me to see how full, I unscrew the barrel, empty and replace. good to go. have had it on for years.
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Agree with you on the oil separator when during the car in high performance (track) use with that revvy engine. Serpent, I also think you have a possible entry into the aftermarket product realm with your creation!
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I'm running a JLT in my '09. Liked the "plug and play" of it's design. I probably don't go to redline often enough. At first I'd check it's level frequently...now I just clean it out with oil changes. Maybe a bit more than a tablespoon. Still, figure better in a catch can than in the intake.
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Im running a JLT on my 2009 works good.
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Watched this vid,
Catch Can/Oil Separator | MotorWeek

ordered from American Muscle JLT Black oil separator, 2 minutes to install!

https://www.americanmuscle.com/jlt-v...e-2018-gt.html
There's a comment above about maybe voiding warranty. Think I'll put back the OME before servicing!
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I have to disagree, when you say catch isn't necessary f/normal driving. Installed JLT on my '09 and it's pretty much full @ 3K oil change(s)...every-time.
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