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Another PCV thread..

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    Another PCV thread..


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    Says it works on all vehicles. Looks like a good investment. LOL you got me wantn one.

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    Yea it should, I don't like how the inlet is right inline w/ the outlet, most catch cans have it where the inlet is on the top and outlet is coming off the side. Probably won't make I difference, I just don't like the setup.

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    That looks home made from an air line filter.

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    so do you just cut your PCV tube and push those metal fittings in then? I am about to do a heads cam swap with new manifold since my old one is toasted and figured I wouldnt let any oil into this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by juiced99ws6 View Post
    so do you just cut your PCV tube and push those metal fittings in then? I am about to do a heads cam swap with new manifold since my old one is toasted and figured I wouldnt let any oil into this one!
    Yes, you want it spliced in the middle of the PCV hose, usually right by the oil cap...

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    sweet thanks

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    Juiced I bought one off ebay and it works great. I just bought a generic one, my shop said it kind of sucked to install it but works good now. Looking for a link.

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    cool, I am about to install a new LS6 manifold with my heads and I dont really want this one oil soaked as well.

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    Yea, I cant say I really notice any difference, but I am sure that filter is getting pretty full.

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    im sure that from a performance aspect you wont really notice a difference. You would probrably just have to pull the plugs and see if they are getting as bad asthey were before. I am wanting to put the catch can in along with my new manifold and new plugs so hopefully that will prevent them from being fouled so easily since I am running nitrous.

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    yea I had it installed when i had new plugs put on so hopefully im running all clean now. Will have to take a look at the Throttle body and Intake when I get H/C to see if they are dirty.

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