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|July 8th, 2016 12:10 AM|
Originally Posted by Jon01gt View Post
what do i mean by gutted? well theres a check ball in each one that needs to be removed. simple as that.
|July 8th, 2016 12:08 AM|
|Jon01gt||Odessa, I'm going SC and don't want to run pcv anymore.|
|July 8th, 2016 12:05 AM|
|Jon01gt||Kyle2002, I was considering using AN fittings but was hoping there were some made to fit the covers with out modification . Do you feel they are necessary? Think it would leak running hoses off the stock fittings to remote breather? I'll only be making about 8psi.|
|July 8th, 2016 12:02 AM|
|Jon01gt||So how did you gut the pcv? Will the valve pull apart or does the middle part need drilled out?|
|July 7th, 2016 06:42 AM|
|TheOdessa||Not to thread jack, but I bought a jlt catch can from AM. One end goes to the pcv valve and the other end goes to where the pcv valve connects to the plenum. I didn't gut the pcv valve or anything. It's also a non vented catch can. Can't you just do that? It seems to work fine and catch a ton of bypass unfortunately. I did this when my valve stem seals were bad and after idling for a bit shoot a ton of smoke out the rear|
|July 6th, 2016 11:23 PM|
do you want to use AN fittings? i used a -10AN bulkhead like this if i remember right. i had to remove the baffles under the cover and dremel out the hole a little so it would fit. i then re-installed the baffles with slight clearance modification.
|July 6th, 2016 01:46 AM|
|Dassar||you can use stock fittings, just gut the pcv....|
|July 5th, 2016 09:14 PM|
Fittings for catch can
So I can't turn up any info with a search... Anybody have recommendations for fittings for the stock valve covers without having to drill them? Wanting to run hoses from both to a vented catch can.