Re: CCV Issue?
putting a vacuum pump on a motor will make 50hp or more on high hp engines. your stock ccv
is located in a vacuum, the air/vapors gets "sucked" out of the crankcase thus reducing the crankcase pressure this lowers the resistance on the pistons downstroke. these engines are soo inefficient to start with i doubt the loss on power is even measurable. this is just my .02, btw
i have the cvv mod done to my truck, i need to build some pump brackets for a vacuum pump.
'96 f-250, auto, shackle flip, solid axle, rsk, high/crossover steering, 3.73's, true trac's front and rear, trac bars, gt4202, 7.3 ic, idm mod, ccv mod, A1000, 4-line DIY Gen3, dual ipr's, casserly 350/200's, arp studs, 910's, pushrods, elec. fan, 2-stage nitrous, fluidampr.
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