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Old 02-24-2014, 11:16 PM
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This is just a theory, when I was racing dirt track we put a pipe at a 45 degree angle into the exhaust to create a vacuum on the crank case. So has anyone tried this on a diesel? On a gas engine it helps the rings seat, and the way I see it the turbo was sucking the gases out and when you do a CCv mod you depend on the atmosphere to just let the pressure out. So by doing the pipe in the exhaust after turbo it would do the same. So how do you all feel about this theory?

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