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Old 01-30-2011, 12:56 AM
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Ok, after 3 hours of looking, I'm just gonna ask. I need to do a CCV mod. Stupid intercooler boots coming off, oil in my valley. Bunch of bull mess! If I just flip the doghouse and put 1/2" i.d. pipe in it, run it to the bottom of the block, that'll be fine right? Do I need any special fitting? He77, do I even need the hose? Can I just flip it and be done? Also, where can I get the hose on a sunday? O'reillys or napa or autozone or where? Im sorry I had to ask but this searchin is just me off... time for pancakes.
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hey i want pancakes.


no you cant run the hose down by turning it. it will hit the exhaust manifold and next think you know your precious e99 is cooked.

ive heard the hose running down the block or bottom of it works.
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Old 01-30-2011, 01:29 AM
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hey i want pancakes.


no you cant run the hose down by turning it. it will hit the exhaust manifold and next think you know your precious e99 is cooked.

ive heard the hose running down the block or bottom of it works.
Alright so just get the oil mess directed away from the engine... heck, its just going over the master cylinder and down the wheel well. dont care bout no stank

The pancakes will be delicious... once I get of my hindquarters and make em lol

Do you ever sleep Jarrod?
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Old 01-30-2011, 01:57 AM
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Im at work.......till 630a

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Oh, the graveyard shift... fun fun.


and to think im going back to that
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Old 01-30-2011, 08:00 AM
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Lowes has the hose. I think its around .70 a foot
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autozone has it too
i think it was 3/4"
i got 10 feet and i am dumping the gases by my fuel tank
i just run the hose over the brake master cylinder then going down and along the frame
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i run a hose all the way by my fuel tank, still stinks sometimes but not as bad back there. great mod for sure. i plugged the intake piece with a hydraulic fitting cap(LOL fits perfect) been there months and still there.

Anyway enjoy a clean engine..
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Old 01-30-2011, 12:41 PM
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I was going to remind you to plug the hole in the intake tube too if you do this

If/when you clean and reinstall your ic boots try this. Get them really clean and free of all oil. Make sure they're dry and before putting them back on spray a little hairspray inside the boot and on the pipe. It helps them from blowing off once the hairspray sets up.

good luck
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Old 01-30-2011, 03:16 PM
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Well I was out and about before I could get any of this info, but I did ok I think. Just got 4 foot of 3/4 inch heater hose from bucheits, along with a 90 degree copper fitting and 3 hose clamps... would have been much faster if i would have known I needed a 90 degree fitting But I did alright. I didnt plug the hole in the intake bracket either, I junked the whole thing (aka threw it in my toolbox) and put in a trimmed up peice of 4 inch exhaust pipe in its place

Might run the hose further back at some point, but for now the smell doesnt bother me. It comes out right near the front bracket of the nerf bar.

As far as the intercooler boots go, well this was fun I was black as night all over my hands (still kinda am ) Got the whole thing apart, cleaned up, and together in no time flat. The funny part is all I had to do was look under the y pipe and see that one of the orange (e99 thing ) intake boots had slipped out from under part of the hose clamp... Fixed er up and got it all clean, runs like a new truck! Or at least how it did a month ago
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