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DrivingofftheEdge

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  1. DrivingofftheEdge

    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    I guess this over priced team rxp set up is junk?
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    The problem on the 2.0 is the pcv is on the side of the engine between the intake and block so I would have to mount the catch can close to the bottom of the bumper somewhere. I figured since most of what comes out of the pcv is vapors it shouldn't matter if it's high or low. It's just riding the engine vacuum, shouldn't be sucking oil out then the vapor condenses in the catch can.
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    Do you think it matters if it's mounted high or low in the engine bay? You're right this system has been a pain in my ass since day 1!
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    2017 edge with a 2.0. Found oil in the compressor pipes going from the turbo to intercooler,in the intercooler and the pipe going under the engine. Took it all apart once, cleaned everything about a year later it's got oil in it again. I have the team xrp double can catch can kit. Needless to say, there is never any oil or liquid of any kind in it. WTF is going on?
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    Customer Satisfaction 22N12- Flex Plate Crack on 2.0

    Ok so my 2017 with 67k on it has 33k and 3 years to crack.
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    Customer Satisfaction 22N12- Flex Plate Crack on 2.0

    Sooooo if your flex plate is not cracked, is there a chance it eventually will and will they cover it? Or is this like a limited time offer?
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    Customer Satisfaction 22N12- Flex Plate Crack on 2.0

    If your vehicle falls within the guidelines of the recall, I'm pretty sure you can tell em to pound sand.
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    Customer Satisfaction 22N12- Flex Plate Crack on 2.0

    Where does it crack? I got the letter too the other day.
  9. Working on the beast today I figured I'd check the fluids and give it a once over. While it was idling, I opened the oil fill and that was a horrid clicking noise coming from inside. I put the cap back on, no noise. I've done this before but have never heard that noise and it's very concerning. I only have 57000 miles on it.
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    Team RXP dual catch can system

    Selling my year old Team RXP dual catch can system. Comes with everything needed plus drain fittings. Has the extra CSS can that replaces the CSS oil fill cap. This kit is "Universal". Has the quick connect stock fittings. $300 plus shipping
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    Crankcase pressure sensor code, why?

    Just alittl over 51k on the 2017. Do these usually go bad?
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    Lightly used Team RXP dual catch can system

    Selling my year old Team RXP dual catch can system. Comes with everything needed plus drain fittings. Has the extra CSS can that replaces the CSS oil fill cap. This kit is "Universal". Has the quick connect stock fittings. $300 plus shipping
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    Blow off Valve Bypass Adapter

    I put mine on about 6 months ago, maybe more. I love it but makes me wonder if that extra air its letting off instead of recirculating is taking some performance away.
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    Alot of oil in Air charge tube 2017 2.0

    Supposedly the problems I was having was with the check valves. They didnt have springs in them. Once James from Rxp sent me the springs, I started getting alittle moisture and drops of oil in the catch can. The hose that comes from the PC, I can squeeze and feel the engine pulling vacuum through there. Now that I'm thinking about it, the hoses could be the wrong kind for a vacuum line.
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    Alot of oil in Air charge tube 2017 2.0

    That is very possible. I really didnt look too much inside the intake and this is the first time taking that inlet off. The valves looked pretty clean still when I first installed the catch can and removed the intake. The only thing I do notice is the smell of hot oil while I'm driving, which is odd.
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