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AIR and EGR removal

This is a discussion on AIR and EGR removal within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; well when i did the cam and heads i left the air pump and all the bs that hooks up ...

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    AIR and EGR removal

    well when i did the cam and heads i left the air pump and all the bs that hooks up to the headers and sits behind the intake. well im wanting to remove all of it for a cleaner appearance for when i show the car. my question is what all is able to be removed.

    the computer is already tuned for having them removed.

    its also a 01 ss so i dont have the EGR that goes into the intake

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    It is show in a couple of the steps in this thread.

    header install in pics

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    Lots of pics and info in this sticky on the AIR system: Secondary Air: Diagnosing and Removal

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    Thanks Jeff, i searched but couldnt seem to find anything like that.

    BTW is there a small vacuum line that has to be capped on the back of the intake? i didnt see anything that stated that but just making sure

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    Yes. The vacuum source line comes up from behind the intake and plugs into the electric solenoid located just in front of the diverter valve assembly. I kick myself for not capping it at the back of the manifold when I had my transmission out a couple of months ago.

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    Yeah i had to plug in one of the big vacuum lines on the back of the intake about a month ago and it sucked but i got it dont thankfully

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