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post #1 of 4 Old 05-31-2013, 08:05 PM Thread Starter
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After my exhaust is done, I will use a piece of the left over pipe to install the WIX filter.

Would it be beneicial at the same time to run the CC vapor draft tube style ??

Pro/Cons ??

Rather than dump to the ground, or near bumper (seen a Dodge the other day with a little hose puff'n away near hitch) has anyone ran it into the exhaust stream ?

Mabey weld in a 3/4" tube at an angle to create a venturi effect and draw the gasses out ??

I was thinking near the tailend of the exhaust ...

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Been discussed at length.
If you can do the physics correctly, it'd be nice.



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Hmmm,

Link to this discussion ??

Thinking mabey even a checkvalve ...

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Idk, there's lots of them, not just one.
I wouldn't do a check valve. If you do it properly, you should not need to keep the exhaust from pushing back into the crank case, but it should always be pulling vacuum on it.



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