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Old 03-22-2012, 09:11 PM
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CCV Mod, take a look at these:

I posted this in the 6.4 forum by accident, so sorry if you've seen it. If not, check it:

Clean Up Your Engine’s Act With Moroso’s Billet Air-Oil Separators - StangTV
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Old 03-22-2012, 09:13 PM
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The 85495 has 19AN fitting which are 3/4".... OOPS, MAKE THAT 12AN!!!
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Old 03-22-2012, 09:23 PM
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This will be good to look into if you don't want the oil spewin under the truck. I do think the 3/4" would work with our setup.
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I will have to check tat out.
Moroso is about 10min from my house.
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12AN is 3/4"........ All AN numbers are the numerator over a constant denominator of 16. Also never seen an odd numbered AN fitting, not saying it couldn't happen.
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12AN is 3/4"........ All AN numbers are the numerator over a constant denominator of 16. Also never seen an odd numbered AN fitting, not saying it couldn't happen.
they exist. namely 3AN.
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they exist. namely 3AN.
[facepalm smiley] I knew that
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I meant 12AN! duh!

----> Moroso 85495 Moroso Air & Oil Separator Tanks
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For that price, might as well get the CCV kit from NCHornet... $100

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http://www.stealth-automotive.com
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For that price, might as well get the CCV kit from NCHornet... $100

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http://www.stealth-automotive.com
I was with ya on that until I read this:

"Because of the wide variety of hoses available we are letting each customer select their own hose. You will need 10-16 ft of 5/8" ID hose depending on where you install the canister."

Really? They're going to "let me"? Oh gee, thanks. Now I can go hunt around for some hose and spend some more money. That's kind of BS, IMO. If it's a "kit" it should have everything needed.
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