I've been having many discussions with a coworker that has an Audi about catch cans and whether to install them... from what I understand Chevy improved the orifices on the dirty side (opened them up like you did drilling them out) which should hopefully slow down the flow enough to let the solids stay in the engine and not get in the intake tube... We have a big driving trip to Disney (from MD) coming up in February, I figured I would see how everything looks when we get back, right now we have no issues and just in case something fouls a plug or whatever I'd rather that happen after the trip.
For my information, which catch can setup did you use? Obviously the price variances are HUGE so trying to figure out where the best cost/benefit ratio is has been difficult while researching. I had pretty much settled on just the basic Elite E2 catch can, no dual port exit or clean side separator.
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