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Old 04-28-2011, 11:48 AM
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Here's a page of the Holley manual of my carburator, and also a picture of my carb. I marked the PCV inlet in the carb, that's what i think the hose can be hooked in...

Is this the correct PCV inlet to hook up the hose from the PCV breather?
Yes that's the correct place for your pcv. As far as those breathers Sqz is right if they don't have a built in pcv then they are a waste of time and money.


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the guy lied to me, the pvc breather does NOT have the PCV valve, it sucks!!! it is just a tube or a open simple breather, i need my crankcase to breathe properly...im so f...... pissed off...

Guys, can you tell me where and if i can buy the pcv valve only and put it inside this pvc breather? :

your help is appreciated

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his answer was that :" you won't suck oil, only the vapors and the factory has done it this way"

Also:" that ones they sell come without a pcv valve. Doubt anyone makes them with a pcv valve. The pcv valve does not affect the performance of the vehicle, its for emissions only. A simple example is just by looking at all the aftermarket valve covers out there that do away with the pcv valve.

That was his explanation, what do you guys think?
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You can get regular pcv valve at any parts store, drill the hole and put the groment in and then the pcv valve and run the hose to the port on the front of the carb.


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Ok, this is the bottom of my carb, i have to run a hose from the breather to the large port in the carburator right?
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Ok, this is the bottom of my carb, i have to run a hose from the breather to the large port in the carburator right?
Yep that's correct hook to the large port.


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