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Old 08-26-2013, 02:20 AM
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Ccv mods?

I'm interested in what people are doin for ccv mods and what they're purpose are. Right now I'm getting a bit of blowby out of my ccv breather
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Get in touch with NCHornet and get his kit
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the purpose of the ccv mod is too get rid of the oily mess that ruins intercooler and manifold boots and clogs the intercooler with oil.
riffraff sells a ccv kit, so does strictly.
you can probably find one on most diesel websites.
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I'm interested in what people are doin for ccv mods and what they're purpose are. Right now I'm getting a bit of blowby out of my ccv breather
What do you mean? If you mean a little oil on your turbo wheel, no biggy. That's why we have the mod of atmosphere dump. If you mean "blow-by" in the normal sense, you need to rebuild your engine.

I assume the former, and will go with that. I did it, bleed to atmosphere, and I'm somewhat happy. What I should do is the proper fix. Re-route it to a catch-can, then back to the factory box. I say this because my truck vents crankcase gases like a 1960 Cadillac. If I'm stopped for more than 2-3 seconds, it's like my truck is on fire. I'm dumping at the tranny cross member, with an old school cut designed to aid in vacuum. I will be making a catch can and venting back pre-turbo though. The smoke is embarrassing.
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