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Old 07-06-2013, 06:16 AM
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CCV Exhaust Re-Rout Bung Group Buy ?

Seeing if there is anyone can weld up some weld into the exhaust bungs and if there is enough interest for a guaranteed group buy.

I don't have an example so someone would need to mock one up.

I'm tired of the pukey smell at drive thru windows and stopped traffic.

I guess i could route it to the passenger side next to the exhaust as a fix.

Currently it stops along side of the gas tank pointed down.

Thoughts ???

Denny
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Old 07-06-2013, 07:03 AM
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Denny, mine hangs down at the gas tank but I put a catch can and a wire mesh screen from TSC about 4 feet from the end and I have no oily smell.
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The smell is why I havent done it yet.
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I haven't noticed any smell from the CCV on my truck, I ran 1" heater hose on the outside of the frame ending it right by the fuel pump/filter.

But having said that, I still might be interested in running the CCV into the exhaust as long as it is done correctly to where it has a suction effect and doesn't pressurize it.

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