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Old 05-29-2011, 08:45 AM   #1
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pcv routing on Hsr

I need some help with the driverside pcv, can i put the hose from the valvecover to the back of the hsr plenum ???Or will that cause problems??
Im not allowed to use only breathers so i will fail the inspection if the hose isnt connected
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you can connect the vacuum line to the port on the back of the plenum or anyplace else on the plenum and it will work the ideal location would be on the under side like the air temp sensor is located but that will require having a threaded aluminum bung ring welded and a hole drilled



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one more reason having a good TIG welder, and a drill press in the shops a huge help
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Why not just cross it over and T it into the pass. side? You have that hooked up correctly, right?
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ideal location would be on the under side like the air temp sensor is located


That is where I have my PCV line
IAT is relocated to one of the rear holes and it still works fine
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I have mine on the underside of the plenum - hole already there - air temp sensor relocated to front of air induction tube
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Mine goes to the bottom of the plenum as well
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I have mine on the underside of the plenum - hole already there

air temp sensor relocated to front of air induction tube
Yes, there is already a hole for that purpose. The other hose will fit into your TB.

Why? Isn't there a hole at the back of the plenum?
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