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Parts needed..

3/4 X 3/4 Copper pipe 90

4 ft of 3/4 hose

3/4 rubber cap of some kind.

6 fairly long zip ties.

Remove the black resonator on the top of the engine. Squeeze the clamp on the crankcase vent and remove it from the turbo inlet. Cap the turbo inlet with the rubber cap. Insert the copper 90 onto the crankcase vent hose and adjust the clamp to grip the 90. Install the 3/4 hose onto the 90, use one ziptie as a hose clamp at the copper 90. Route the hose along and underneath the top radiator hose ,drop it down infront of the ecm , route it down the outside of the frame to the front part of the wheel well. Check for binding and ziptie the vent hose to secure it. Reinstall the resonator...drink cold beer now.

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what does it do/help ?

It helps keep oil from entering the intake. Just so you know it will be a little different on an LBZ
I bet that hose will add 50hp with th writing on it.:thumbup:

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How different Josh?

Rob

The PCV on an LBZ has a one piece plastic tube that goes into a T and then has a short rubber connection that goes into the intake pipe. When twins are installed the PCV must be rerouted to atmosphere. I had to cut out the plastic T, slide a piece of 3/4 heater hose over the plastic hoses that were left, run the heater hoses to a T and run another piece of heater hose down the engine and outside the frame rail. Here are some pictures.

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what does it do/help ?

It keeps the crank case vent from turning into oil that pools up in the intercooler, the oil will eventually start to seep out of the cold air intercooler pipe connections.

The main reasons i did mine was that with having the egr blocked and turned off causes the oil to seep from around the egr valve. My truck recently started to seep and i cant stand oil leaks or exhaust going into my engine so it had to be done.

Also i have a year of engine warranty left and mine can be returned to stock very easily if i have an issue .

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Looks good Steve, you are the CCV Mod Master mine is still working awesome never leaked a Single drop of oil since!!:thumbup:

Justin

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I changed Justins to a 24v setup, the 12v setup was leaking like crazy. Now his comes off the front cove instead of the lifter cover.

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