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Old 04-16-2010, 02:58 AM
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Another member here (bentwings) turned me on to this little kit that I will need for my blower motor build. Prevents boost from geting to the vacuum modulator on the transmission. Seems like a real simple kit. I think I can build one of these myself and save the $$$. Looking for someone who may have already done it. Seems like a T fitting with a check ball. I think I can take a piece of 3/8 hose and two nipples, put the check ball in the 3/8 tube with some type of device on one end that will not let it seal on vacuum. Once boost is created pshes the ball to the other end wich seals the tube. Sounds easy, right. Or am I missing something. Yea, I know it is a cheap kit, but I think I can make one. What do you guys think? These things are harder to get a picture of than the tooth fairy.

Steve

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Old 04-16-2010, 03:09 PM
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I don't know why not? I just didn't have the facilities available at the time. Don't forget the orifice.
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What size do you think that orifice is?

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