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post #1 of 6 Old 12-18-2007, 09:38 AM Thread Starter
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Exhaust bung

Prolly a really dumb question, but I have had my CCV mod done for a while now, and I want reroute into the exhaust system. Where do I get an exhaust bung that will let me connect this plastic 3/4 line? It has to be put in the exhaust at a 45degree angle,too, if that matters. Thanks in advance!

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I would not connect the plastic tubing. I would go to a hardware store. They will have the bung you need. Get some steel brake line to screw into the bung. Then run that up to the engine. At that point you can attach your plastic tubing or rubber hose. I recommend something like this so the tubing does not melt from the heat of the exhaust pipe.


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Sea I have a little experience with this. I would not put it in the exhaust becuase you will be putting oil into your exhaust and it will most likely smoke a bunch.
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Hmmm,.... Good Point. I was actually trying to get away from the smoke trail coming from under the bumper now. I guess it would be the same thing comig from the exhaust, only more because of burning the oil.

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post #5 of 6 Old 12-19-2007, 03:38 AM
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The majority of the people who go to the ehaust end up having major oil leaks soon after. I will PM you my advice on the CCV mod.
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I had the same problem with the CCV mod I made so I kept hearing on here about NCHornet's CCV Mod and checked it out best design I've seen ordered mine about 3-4 days ago waiting for it to come in.

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