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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-17-2009, 03:12 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up ccv install done!

I just installed the ccv mod from stealth auto, took about an hour to do, everything went well. I think it was a good kit! Highly recomended!!

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Re: ccv install done!

Glad to hear it went well for you, i did mine as well, didnt take to long, but i built my own catch can and just routed the rest into the atmosphere. Did you route yours back into the intake?

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Re: ccv install done!

Did you route yours back into the intake?

Yes i hooked it back into the intake, i was thinking it would get "filterd" air into the crank case then. with it back into the intake you dont have to worrie about caping off the hole in the intake eather.

L99 SCSB 7.3 4x4 AEM intake, 5" straight pipe, 6pos Gearhead chip, Autometer gauges, Firestone bags, ATD Built tranny, Smoked lights, 15% tint, WW, Mr. Bobs boots & hoses, Leveled, Moto Metals
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Re: ccv install done!

capping the hole in the intake wasnt nothing to bad, i put an "oil" plug into the hole and just siliconed around the outside, couldnt have worked better. You couldve done everything you did with the kit from stealth with some stuff from lowes, at a third of the cost. Im glad to see that it works though!

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Re: ccv install done!

It was easyer this way, time is a luxery lately,

L99 SCSB 7.3 4x4 AEM intake, 5" straight pipe, 6pos Gearhead chip, Autometer gauges, Firestone bags, ATD Built tranny, Smoked lights, 15% tint, WW, Mr. Bobs boots & hoses, Leveled, Moto Metals
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Re: ccv install done!

Time is money I spent about 50 bucks( Plastic tee from Hdepot,25 foot of good hose, one KC nipple,a few zip ties) and about 2 hours sourcing parts and installing.

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