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Old 01-02-2009, 08:29 AM
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CCV MOD QUESTIONS

Hey guys,

I am interested in doing the ccv mod what materials will i need. What size hose and is it inside dia. (id) or outside (od). Any help is much appreciated. I would like to see a descriptive write-up on this mod if available. Thanks in advance guys!


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Old 01-02-2009, 08:33 AM
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pm member NCHORNET , he makes a kit , he would know
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Old 01-02-2009, 09:14 AM
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its 3/4idid hose, grab some clamps, grab a CCV filter and away you go, any questions feel free to ask!
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:24 AM
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is a ccv filter really a nesesity is there that much oil that comes out of that thing?
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:52 AM
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is a ccv filter really a nesesity is there that much oil that comes out of that thing?
i think its a total waste of time , but some seem to think its worth spending the money on, its not an expensive deal, but never really seen the purpose
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i think its a total waste of time , but some seem to think its worth spending the money on, its not an expensive deal, but never really seen the purpose
the purpose is to have another mod to add to your list.
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the purpose is to have another mod to add to your list.
i guess so , good point
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Im not a tech or guru or anything but IMO its only worth it if you install a new IC, Its only gonna keep the little fine mist of oil off of your connecting boots, and IC fins.
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Old 01-05-2009, 09:15 AM
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the reason for the CCV filter is not the oil, its that under de-acceleration, it will create a vacuum and suck in, rather than vent out. And do you really wanna risk that, even though the odds are slim to none that anything of value will get into the engine, for a 15 dollar filter, why not
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Im not a tech or guru or anything but IMO its only worth it if you install a new IC, Its only gonna keep the little fine mist of oil off of your connecting boots, and IC fins.
True but if you are gonna do it you should take the time to clean all the oil out of the system and IC so you start fresh. But like Goolsbymd said everything is already coated in oil.
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