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Old 04-17-2012, 01:20 PM   #1
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Pcv delete?

Was wondering what all would be necessary to delete the tubing that goes from the valve covers to the intake. I figured it was a little more difficult then just slapping a breather on the cover port. I'd love some info on it.
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Honestly I've never seen more then the ports on the I take being capped off and good breather put on each side to vent the crank case pressure
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Re: Pcv delete?

letting unmetered air into the system is bad, some dont like putting breathers on due to this~ some dont mind it~ just a personal preference thing it seems
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letting unmetered air into the system is bad, some dont like putting breathers on due to this~ some dont mind it~ just a personal preference thing it seems
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