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Okay I'm ready to run my CCV into the air instead of the intake.

How are you guys plugging the hole that sucks the air from the CCV?

Thanks!,,



Side note, I'm really itching for a snow performance stage II
Just for lower EGT....
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The hole on the air intake? I just got rubber chair ends from Lowes

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I think I used some plastic ends for pvc pipe.
As far as the Snow meth set up we are in the same boat with that one for sure. This is my winter save up to do!

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I happened to have a plastic plug from a speaker or lighting stand that was exactly the right size. I put a neoprene washer around it to seal it. I think it works and looks great.
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Thanks guys...

I like pulling a Homer.. Doh, good idea, why didn't I think of that...
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