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Old 05-03-2012, 12:36 PM   #1
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For the new people... great info here

This site hasn't been posted recently, so here it is. Miracerros.com

Bookmark this site and refer back to it as necessary.

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Tons of great information here, in fact I am using one of the pages later this week when I install my Underdrive Pulley.
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Re: For the new people... great info here

pretty handy, good post!
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I did the valve cover fix today and ran the car for alittle while and I can already see oil in the filter
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Dude your the bomb. Lmafo

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How much to get an oil gauge and temperature gauge installed in my car? That's interesting. Like basic shop price?
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Idk but I highly recommend this pcv valve filter for us 99-00 sixes cause I installed a filter and ran alittle seafoam thru and the car runs so much better. I think a few of my plugs might be slight fouled but it idles and drives so much smoother. It took me about 30 mins and about 10 bucks at the parts store.
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Idk but I highly recommend this pcv valve filter for us 99-00 sixes cause I installed a filter and ran alittle seafoam thru and the car runs so much better. I think a few of my plugs might be slight fouled but it idles and drives so much smoother. It took me about 30 mins and about 10 bucks at the parts store.
I bypassed mine. Breathers at the valve covers and blocked the manifold and intake.
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Idk but I can feel the difference and even here it in my car running... And wouldn't bypassing the pcv cause vacuum issues?
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Idk but I can feel the difference and even here it in my car running... And wouldn't bypassing the pcv cause vacuum issues?
Runs better. Got this tip from supersixmotorsports
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I checked into that. About the same thing I did but I'm not screwing with my emissions. I'm just filtering out the oil.
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Had the filter on for about an hour now... sweet jesus i didnt think it would be this bad so fast
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+1 i agree. I'm trying to figure out a different way about this besides a pcv delete cause mine is nasty
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