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Old 04-13-2010, 01:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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New Dynovalve Product

Heard of this through a friend. im not really sure what to think about it.. its a good concept.

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Even if it wasn't snake oil, The FJ 4.0 VVT-I motor doesn't have a PCV valve.
It works off of internal pcv
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That's funny That's exactly what a PCV valve does in the 1st place. It takes the blow by gasses from the crankcase and sends them thru the intake to be burnt. Problem with that (and all PCV's is they're also sending oil fumes and gunk into the intake and eventually gums everything up.
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That's funny That's exactly what a PCV valve does in the 1st place. It takes the blow by gasses from the crankcase and sends them thru the intake to be burnt. Problem with that (and all PCV's is they're also sending oil fumes and gunk into the intake and eventually gums everything up.
Oil catch can to fix that, especially if you run a SC. Best to keep those oil fumes and gunk from collecting/coating your intercooler.
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Oil catch can to fix that, especially if you run a SC. Best to keep those oil fumes and gunk from collecting/coating your intercooler.
Is anyone using a catch can on their FJ? If so what brand/model? I just cleaned a ton of junk from my TBS. I wonder how much it is could have been caught in a can, and how much got through and sent back into the engine!

I see the CCA can on Amazon and also found Elite Engineering models that appear to be made for Ford and GM muscle cars (but appear to be high quality so would they work on the FJ?).
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Is anyone using a catch can on their FJ? If so what brand/model? I just cleaned a ton of junk from my TBS. I wonder how much it is could have been caught in a can, and how much got through and sent back into the engine!

I see the CCA can on Amazon and also found Elite Engineering models that appear to be made for Ford and GM muscle cars (but appear to be high quality so would they work on the FJ?).
I'll be installing the one on the right. The 42 on the left has too large inputs(too bad, a REALLY nice can!). The one on the right is popular on the x-runner forums and very good quality. It is made/sold by a forum vendor there. TTC Performance

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I'll be installing the one on the right. The 42 on the left has too large inputs(too bad, a REALLY nice can!). The one on the right is popular on the x-runner forums and very good quality. It is made/sold by a forum vendor there. TTC Performance
Good info there, thanks! Please let us know how it goes! Would love to see some photos of the install.

I'm thinking I want to do this soon. Anyone else running a can? Got photos?
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Re: New Dynovalve Product

A lot of the 80-series Land Cruiser guys on Mud are making home-made ones from air compressor water traps purchased at Lowes or Home Depot.
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A lot of the 80-series Land Cruiser guys on Mud are making home-made ones from air compressor water traps purchased at Lowes or Home Depot.
Darn good idea, and since the bowls are typically made of glass you can see how much oil has accumulated and when to drain. I likey...

Has anyone over at Mud installed one on an FJ yet? I'd like to see some examples...
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