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Does it matter to have your ccv routed to the rear as when we did my turbo swap we just left it unhooked to the intake and its just the 90* tube just sitting there... all i notice is the smell every once in awhile but nothing bad... just wondering as I am going to route it back just havent messed w/ it yet...

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You turn the housing around so the hose conection faces the fire wall, then put a pice of heater hose on it, run it down the fire wall along the frame and stop it where ever. I ran mine back to the skid plate under the transfer case, theres a hole in it that the hose fits perfectly.
 

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Psst I think your trucks on fire.....lol
 

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More important is to remember to plug up the hole in the intake duct or you will definitely be ingesting airborne crud into your turbo and engine.
 

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I have the ss tube in place of the stock setup so the intake tube is completely sealed up...
 

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LOL, or you replace it with a peice of shiny SS 4 exhaust pipe left over from the exhaust you put on your truck. I tink I still have the plastic POS thing Ford has on them somewhere, I never liked the bump inside. Looks like a good air flow restriction.
 

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Psst I think your trucks on fire.....lol
Thats funny, If I sit at a light long enough I bet people think it is, LOL. Damn road draft make quite a bit sitting still.
 
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