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CCV reroute, Let me know what you guys think!

So I had my pops make me a metal plug for the intake tube. then I bought 10 feet of 1in heater hose and routed it along the frame. I wasnt sure if the low point in the hose would cause a puddle of oil to form and clog it so i drilled an 1/8 hole in the bottom of the hose at the lowest point. let me know if i should make a change to it.

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Re: CCV reroute, Let me know what you guys think!

The bad thing about having the line so long is that it can crate more back pressure then it should have in the system. I use to run mine the same way but now I have it running straight down in the wheel well. Far less hose and it's only has to travel about 2 feet.

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Re: CCV reroute, Let me know what you guys think!

Just did mine today, stuck a pvc plug in the inlet duct and clamped it, clamped 6' of 1" heater hose to the OEM elbow on the valve cover, zip-tied it to the frame, stuck the 90 degree elbow in that to direct it down an Let 'Er Buck!!
Was surprised as how much vapor was coming through, NOT back into my turbo and Intercooler lines.

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Re: CCV reroute, Let me know what you guys think!

Thanks for the replys, sounds like I should shorten up mine a bit!

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Re: CCV reroute, Let me know what you guys think!

Yeah, no sense in giving that sticky crap any chance to pool and build up in a long run of hose.
Mine ends right before the tranny crossmember, if it gets a little greasy underneath, will head it off at the carwash.

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Re: CCV reroute, Let me know what you guys think!

I have mine just dumping in the fender well too. Gets some looks at red lights when its cold out. Have thought about running it into the exhaust at a angle to create a vacuum to suck it out. Summit and jegs sells a header kit for racing.
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I have mine just dumping in the fender well too. Gets some looks at red lights when its cold out. Have thought about running it into the exhaust at a angle to create a vacuum to suck it out. Summit and jegs sells a header kit for racing.
I have mine run down my frame about 8' like others have. I did consider running it shorter down the fender well, my old 12v and 24v dodges ran it short down.

I'd be interested in running it to the exhaust, can you give more info on the Summit/Jegs header kit?

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I have mine just dumping in the fender well too. Gets some looks at red lights when its cold out. Have thought about running it into the exhaust at a angle to create a vacuum to suck it out. Summit and jegs sells a header kit for racing.
Like this.....
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I like it. Is this available for purchase?

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Re: CCV reroute, Let me know what you guys think!

Not that I know of as it was just a picture a buddy used to do his SD except he just did one tube.

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