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    Ls1 Carby Helpppppppppp

    Ok Guys Ill Explain Wat Im Doin Ive Got A 02 Ls1 Motor But Im Putting The Edelbrock Victor Jnr Manifold On It So Its Carby Not Efi Im Now Just Wondering Wat Do I Do With The Egr And The Pcv Wat Do I Link Them Too Im Using A Mighty Demon Carby Also With The Head Cooling Is This A In Or Out The Little Metal Tube That Runs Between The Heads At The Front Any Help Would Be Good Guys
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    PCV you'll still need to hook to the carb plate. if this is a 2002 LS1 motor, it won't have EGR.

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    if so just take it off and block it with the proper fittings availiable on line

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    i dont think you'll be too concerned about throwing any codes

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    Wat Do You Mean By The Carb Plate The Vacuum Line\????

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    Quote Originally Posted by HQLS1CARBY View Post
    Wat Do You Mean By The Carb Plate The Vacuum Line\????
    the line for the PCV valve will connect to the vacuum connector on the base of the carburetor that you'll use.

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    Do I Link It To The Primary Or Secondary Vacuum
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    usually, the large vacuum connector for 3/8" line is in the back side of the carb under the fuel bowl on a demon carb.

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    but isnt that wat i tap the brake booster too or will i need to put in a "T" peice in it

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    if you "T" it, you won't make enough vacuum in the booster for brakes. the intake may havea threaded hole in one of the runners to put the brake booster line in.

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    ok kool that explains that wat about the cooling system the metal pipe between the heads is that a in or a out

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