|03-23-2005 01:25 PM|
|03-23-2005 01:04 PM|
|RJL||O.K. so how do I find the correct PCV for my engine which makes about 6 inches of vac at idle.Is there a formula for this or do I run a stock one.|
|03-23-2005 12:16 PM|
|spinn||on a proper running car there is no con to running a pcv. they get rid of building crankcase pressure. its not like it will ruin your intake charge. its the EGR you dont like, the PCV is your freind|
|03-23-2005 11:32 AM|
|BOBCRMAN@aol.com||PCV's are required by law on street cars. Dual breathers are ok on race cars. A negative pressure, pan evac system is the best on racers.|
|03-23-2005 11:29 AM|
I think this was covered not too long ago. Might have been a different site.
In either case, you should run a PCV on a street car. Dual breathers tend to make quite a mess. There really are no cons to running a PCV (IMO). You need to get rid of that crank case pressure and on the street a PCV is the easiest and best way.
|03-23-2005 11:09 AM|
PCV or not
What are the pros and cons on running a PCV as opposed to dual breathers and no PCV?