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If I install one of these, do I need to route the hose up over the brake booster for a frame mount install or is straight downhill ok?

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Why do you want to run it over the booster?

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So that a majority of its contents are just vapor, and the residue contained in the vapor.

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Like an inverted air gap or p- trap. Hoping the bulk of the oil would drain back into the vc.

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I see. If mounting it closer to the engine, you shouldn't need to do that. But of course the further you get from the engine, it'll be cooler and have more drop out before it even reaches the filter.

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Either way is fine. Mine is mounted on the frame next to my e fuel. I did not run the hose up and over the booster. Just make sure there are no low spots and your golden.

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ProVent 200 Questions

Hang it down and have a catch can. I took mine off. Worked well when I had.

Now I just have a hose with a bend. Hopefully it has more vapor than oil. Hate the oil making all my boots and cac oily.


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