Our Version 2 QuikVent™ oil cap is the go-to vented cap for Hondas, and for good reason. Not only does this cap look outstanding but it has the functionality to match. Our proven internal baffle design prevents excessive oil in your breather can while also allowing sufficient flow to be vented from the crank case giving you reliability that you can count on. The bottom portion of the housing can be configured to point to the driver or passenger side of the bay so you can route it cleanly to catch cans in almost any location.
What makes our product so great? Adding AN fittings to your valve cover used to be a pain. Drilling holes, welding aluminum, sandblasting and refinishing are all time consuming and expensive steps that you had to take to get the job done. Who wants to wait weeks and spend hundreds of dollars when you could be enjoying your car instead? Let’s not forget that shavings and blasting media are usually left lurking behind the baffling waiting to grenade your power plant at any moment. (check out this article from DsportMAG). With our patented line of QuikVent™ oil caps these problems are a thing of the past.
Why add fittings to your valve cover? Performance engines, especially turbocharged and built applications tend to generate a pressure buildup in the crankcase as a result of combustion pressure getting past the piston rings. Factory PCV systems are there to help combat this problem but often cannot keep up with the increased flow of high output engines. To make matters worse, factory PCV systems recirculate burned combustion gases through the intake manifold which causes power robbing deposits and reduced octane levels. Adding fittings to the engine cover allows for substantially more pressure to be evacuated, helping keep you and your engine happy.
What is needed to install this part? Our QuikVent™ oil caps install in minutes with no special tools. Just pick up your favorite brand of breather can, -10AN hoses and fittings as well as a 34mm socket and you’re ready to go. No need to be a professional, even a beginner can tackle the job.