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post #1 of 20 Old 06-23-2012, 12:39 PM Thread Starter
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Help before mod..pics inside!

About to do the CAI mod on my '00 7.3L and I would like some clear answers on what I have already in there. I know its just a replacement for the stock filter itself but I am going to replace the whole unit. Wondering what the little part coming off my turbo is, if its good, and if i should keep it there. Next question is why do I have so many reductions? Any and all help is greatly appreciated!!

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post #2 of 20 Old 06-23-2012, 01:15 PM
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What part are you referring to on the turbo


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The black hose/tube where the Intake would ultimately connect to. Its what the first and second picture is of.
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You talking about the little black scoop and ring between the two intake tubes?
Crank case vent.



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Not sure man. It's the first and second pic I posted. I just haven't seen it on other DIY vids is all. Wondering If i am supposed to leave it or not when i replace the intake unit
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Well I'm not sure either. There's lots of stuff in that picture. Paint an arrow to it?



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ohhh I know what you are talking about...that is where the Crank Case vents into the intake tube...the reason why you dont see it in other builds is because they have done the Crank Case Vent mod. which reroutes the oily gas to under the truck.

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unless you do the mod you have to keep it there when you put an aftermarket intake on the truck

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Ahhh okay .. thanks man. I'll have to check out how to do the mod then. I just tiss over to AutoZone to pick up a filter but I haven't hears anyone on any of these forums talking bout FRAM lol so I'm gunna hold off until I can get Napa 6637 or donaldson.
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Riffraff sells a CCV mod kit that comes with everything you need and they give you a black powder coated pipe that looks good that goes right there

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