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Fire it up! I like it. I think I am gonna pull the trigger on one. Either that or the Volant...still debating.
 

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I tried a Volant, and it is a great intake....but the Vararam is better! :)
The Volant also has a great filter, but it is a twist on every other intake out there. There is only one Vararam!
 

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How did you incorporate your catch can into this system? I wanna pull the trigger on this system but am unsure if the catch can will work. With such a short stock I would be afraid to vent back into it with the AIT sensor right there. Let me know thanks
 

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Then how do you return the gases from the catch can back to the intake track? I know on the afe I have the line returns back to the intake tube. Could you explain where you ran the line back? Thanks in advance
 

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Then how do you return the gases from the catch can back to the intake track? I know on the afe I have the line returns back to the intake tube. Could you explain where you ran the line back? Thanks in advance
I'm not positive, but I think you are referring to a different line. I believe there are two, one is the pcv line, and one is similar but does not have a pcv valve. I'm not very familiar with the hemi but I know on my 4.7L there is a line with pcv valve on driver side valve cover that goes to the intake manifold itself. There is then another line on the passenger valve cover that goes to the stock airbox. I assumed this line was for fresh air into the crankcase whereas the pcv is the vent, however Timmy made a good point that it would be designed with a filter on it if that was the case. I don't understand why there's two "vents" and one has a pcv and one doesn't....it doesn't make sense to me.
 

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The PCV valve runs from the back of the intake manifold to a different spot on the front of the intake manifold, both on the passenger side. The brether hose that runs to the airbox is on the driver side. The catch can goes in the PCV hose on the passenger side.
 
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