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steel pcv setup...

This is a discussion on steel pcv setup... within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; so i was thinkin bout how my pcv setup looks pretty frankenstien, and i had the idea of using steel ...

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    steel pcv setup...

    so i was thinkin bout how my pcv setup looks pretty frankenstien, and i had the idea of using steel tubing....so what i got is 1/4" steel swagelock tubing and all the connections i need. does anyone see where i would have a problem using this? i have an abundance of this material at my disposal so i figured why not try it.....

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    Wouldn't this be the same thing as a catch can? except it will be horizontal. I can foresee clogging issues. I could be wrong?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    Wouldn't this be the same thing as a catch can? except it will be horizontal. I can foresee clogging issues. I could be wrong?!?
    well, thats why i posted the question. im not totally sure if it would work to my advantage. but its an idea, and i already brought home the material. it will still be the pcv setup, just in steel tubing instead of rubber hose.

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    you could try it run it for say 50 to 100 miles, take off and see if it performs

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    Sure it will work. GM would use steel but rubber is cheaper.

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