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Old 01-26-2003, 09:59 AM
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im redoing my 383 chevelle after puting on my intake and noticed that my new carb doesnt have a vacume port for my brakes i have one on my carb spacer for pcv .can i just plum into my intake for vacume or put anouther port in my spacer one for pcv and one for brakes .my intake is a rpm and my carb is a holly hp is there somwere else i can grab vacume from ??

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Try to tap into the main plenum rather than a single runner so as not too upset the balance of the individual runners.
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i saw a pluged hole about 1 inch behind my carb base do u think i could tap into that
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You can do that, but I would rather plumb the spacer with nipple/fitting. Brakes- rear side of spacer. PCV- front side. That's the way the factory routed'em.
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