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Is there one available for the 6.4 yet?
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Any update on Catch Can for 2014 6.4 Hemi
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i would think modified hoses and the CC for the 5.7 would work.
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Hi, new guy here.

I have a '09 Ram 1500 5.7L with a BT Catch Can, and am looking at getting another Ram - a 2500 with the 6.4L.

After reading everything about how great those Catch Cans are on the interwebz, I don't really want the new truck to go without one.

So, does anyone know if anyone is selling these specifically for the 6.4L yet?

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Hi, new guy here.

I have a '09 Ram 1500 5.7L with a BT Catch Can, and am looking at getting another Ram - a 2500 with the 6.4L.

After reading everything about how great those Catch Cans are on the interwebz, I don't really want the new truck to go without one.

So, does anyone know if anyone is selling these specifically for the 6.4L yet?

Thanks!
Hi,ive been waiting for some pics on the install of aCC on a 6.4 from GlassAudioGuy(John).He posted a while back that he had done this on his.Still have not seen pics.The contents that accumulate in these Catch cans is not just oil,its the condensation and oil residue formed within the motor that back in the olden days used to go out into the atmosphere.The PCV system would reroute this back into the intake system to be burned off in the engine.Not being too familiar with this 6.4 I hesitate the install without someone else showing how its been done.The larger the can the less you have to empty it.If not properly watched and the can reaching its limits who knows what damage will be done if the contents get sucked back into the system at once.I think that the only specifics to any application would be how it mounts to the engine bay

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Hi,ive been waiting for some pics on the install of aCC on a 6.4 from GlassAudioGuy(John).He posted a while back that he had done this on his.Still have not seen pics.The contents that accumulate in these Catch cans is not just oil,its the condensation and oil residue formed within the motor that back in the olden days used to go out into the atmosphere.The PCV system would reroute this back into the intake system to be burned off in the engine.Not being too familiar with this 6.4 I hesitate the install without someone else showing how its been done.The larger the can the less you have to empty it.If not properly watched and the can reaching its limits who knows what damage will be done if the contents get sucked back into the system at once.I think that the only specifics to any application would be how it mounts to the engine bay
Thanks a lot, KnightRam!

Yeah, I totally agree that I wouldn't be comfortable doing this myself as a guinea pig - my mechanic and truck-understanding-abilities aren't good enough for that.

I would love to see some pics as well.
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Billet Technology has not looked at developing a kit for the 6.4L trucks yet.

A lot depends on whether or not we have an internal or external PCV system. I know some 3rd gen trucks had internal PCV systems and no kit was developed for those, either.

However, someone here on the Z figured it out on the 5.7L internal PCV system some years ago and I expect the process would be similar.

First things first, however. Gotta figure out whether the PCV is internal or external. I'll sort through my service manual over the weekend and take some pics. If it's external I'll share those pics with the good folks at Billet Technology. I'm sure they can figure something out if the system is external.

If not, I guess we go searching for that thread on 3rd gen catch cans and see what that member did.
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Billet Technology has not looked at developing a kit for the 6.4L trucks yet.

A lot depends on whether or not we have an internal or external PCV system. I know some 3rd gen trucks had internal PCV systems and no kit was developed for those, either.

However, someone here on the Z figured it out on the 5.7L internal PCV system some years ago and I expect the process would be similar.

First things first, however. Gotta figure out whether the PCV is internal or external. I'll sort through my service manual over the weekend and take some pics. If it's external I'll share those pics with the good folks at Billet Technology. I'm sure they can figure something out if the system is external.

If not, I guess we go searching for that thread on 3rd gen catch cans and see what that member did.
Thanks for the reply, ShiftJockey. I actually shot BT an email yesterday about that same question, so thanks for clearing that up.
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