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Old 07-29-2013, 03:02 PM   #1
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I just installed a P&P upper intake on my car and it does not have the port where the break booster vacuum line connects to, so I connected it to the port under the upper that the passenger side valve cover vent would normally go. So my problem is where can I now connect the valuable cover vent tube to so it sill has vacuum?
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You do not need to. Some people put air filters on or split the vacuum with a t.I'll see if I can find a pic Hp report. Do you feel faster?
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You do not need to. Some people put air filters on them.I'll see if I can find a pic Hp report. Do you feel faster?
Ok cool. Thanks. Haven't had it out yet. I'll have it out tomorrow after work. I'll let you know.
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Ok cool. Thanks. Haven't had it out yet. I'll have it out tomorrow after work. I'll let you know.
If you can not find an air filter put a T vacuum on it. It's basically a splitter for vacuum lines. The line will slowly drip oil without an air filter. Btw no big rush to fix.
Who ported it?
edit: I can not say that was a mouthful lol.
1/2" vacuum line T splitter
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