Originally Posted by Tyriqq
Yes. Got it mixed up. I was referring to the PCV hose. Where it connects to the throttle body, I can install a small filter to the throttle body connection to do the job.
I already bought the sound tube from someone. If I don't like it I can always sale it. Thanks for the advice and input
Over in the GT section, there's a thread started obout the tube that runs from the PCV system.
In short, the drivers side is the crankcase "draw fresh air in" side. Theres a tube that connects from the freash air tube (filter to throttle body) that allows air to enter the crankcase. On the passenger side, the crankcase is vented (fumes and oil mist) is connected from the passenger side engine head cover (simular to what used to be a valve cover), and is routed to the intake for this garbage to be re-burned.
Folks either install a breather on the passenger side engine head cover and cap off the nipple at the intake, or they install a catch can.
On the drivers side, you can leave the hose intact , or remove it, and cap off the nipple at the tube and install a breather. The engine crankcase needs to draw air in at this side.