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Old 07-19-2009, 05:30 PM
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X-Over Valve Cover Vent Tube for 7.3 and 6.0 Ford

Hey anybody have this or heard anything about it. JOBE Performance : X-Over Valve Cover Vent Tube for 7.3 and 6.0 Ford

Seems to make sense to me but what do i know. ha
lets hear what yas think
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it looks just like a oil crossover line... just on the intercooler tubes. I may be wrong.
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I dont have any experience with the kit but here is my .02 cents. Seems to me that unless the large braided line connecting the charged side intercooler pipe and the intake has a one way check valve that you would be feeding charged air back into the air intake before the turbo. If it doesnt i suppose it could counter act its self by Pre-charging the turbo, it would just be something i would have to mess with to figure out the actual numbers as well as the concept of the design. On the venting of the crank case, i have vented both valve covers to atmosphere on a 6.0, with the single CCV mod on the dirvers valve cover the passengers head ran on average 40-50 degrees warmer, with the dual mod each side was within 10-20 degrees of eachother. So you can disperse more heat by venting both. I dont see how this could get 10% economy but again i was venting to atmosphere. Also, as dirty as the intercooler piping and boots get with oil with one side vented back into the system i would think that with both sides vented into the system that this amount of oil would likely be doubled. So for $80 i might give one a try and see about improving on their system and check out the boost and spool up/lag of the turbo with the crossover line.
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