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Old 03-26-2011, 02:19 PM
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CCV installed!

Just got done installing NCHornet's CCV mod! Very cool, bring on the clean air! This is a quality product with good instructions. Looking forward to cleaning the intercooler system and not have to ever do it again! Thanks NCHornet!
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Whats the difference between NC Hornet's and the regular one?
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He makes a kit that is a closed system. No smoke, no smell. Sells them at Stealth Automotive. Send him a PM, he is in the middle of getting a patent on it so I'm affraid of saying too much! Wouldn't want to name names, haha! You can find a write up on here I think.
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He makes a kit that is a closed system. No smoke, no smell. Sells them at Stealth Automotive. Send him a PM, he is in the middle of getting a patent on it so I'm affraid of saying too much! Wouldn't want to name names, haha! You can find a write up on here I think.


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Ok. Lets say I am interested in doing the CCV mod. What are the benefits besides no smell and smoke to spending over $100 on the NC Hornet CCV mod over just spending a few bucks and running a hose to the back of the truck or something? Is there a mechanical or performance benefit? I am not knocking anything in any means really just a curious person and hungry for information.
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Ok. Lets say I am interested in doing the CCV mod. What are the benefits besides no smell and smoke to spending over $100 on the NC Hornet CCV mod over just spending a few bucks and running a hose to the back of the truck or something? Is there a mechanical or performance benefit? I am not knocking anything in any means really just a curious person and hungry for information.
To not smell it ANYWHERE, like if you get out and load the truck while idling (like I do) it would be nice. But IMO, being as my current truck is a work truck (the next one will be nice) a hose works for me. Probably getting NC Hornet's for my future project truck.
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Ok. Lets say I am interested in doing the CCV mod. What are the benefits besides no smell and smoke to spending over $100 on the NC Hornet CCV mod over just spending a few bucks and running a hose to the back of the truck or something? Is there a mechanical or performance benefit? I am not knocking anything in any means really just a curious person and hungry for information.
number one you will get no smell. it directs the vapors back to the stock location but keeps the oil out of the turbo and IC boots. There is no performance gain. It keeps you from venting the vapors out into the enviroment.
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So no benefit besides being environmentally friendly. Is it really that much worse than exhaust fumes?
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no its not. all the t444e's do it.
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no its not. all the t444e's do it.
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