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Old 02-26-2009, 12:50 PM
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CCV mod write-up

Hey Raul, I don't know if you want this here or somewhere else, but I figured I would post up my install of the NCHornet CCV mod. I'm not doin a step by step, but I took a few pics.

I had done the CCV mod a long time ago, and was very happy I did it. I love having a clean(er) engine bay! I had the vent dumping out behind the rear axle.I was really getting sick of the nasty smell of it, and the smoke at idle so I ordered a kit from NCHornet about 2 months ago.

This is what it looked like before.....








Here's the old hose disconnected, and the new hose...





New hose hooked up...





Here's the canister mouted to the framerail...

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Yes, I am lame enough to label the hoses with flow direction....



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Oh yeah, this is what it used to do to my driveway the old way...a couple drips everyday in the same spot....





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All in all, the puduct is great though. Still happy I bought one, and I would definitly recommend it.

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Old 02-26-2009, 01:06 PM
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This might be a retarded question but how often do you have to empty that canister? Ive been thinking of doing this mod but don't have the cash at the moment. Good pics and write up
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Back into the intake, nice and clean
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thanks, sounds simple enough!
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very nice. i've spent about an hour just finding all the difference ccv mod threads and i'm sure i'm no where NEAR through all of them. i found one that said something about using a K&N ccv filter. if i were to use one of their filters, then how would it all work out?
K&N Crankcase Vent Filters - the link to the K&N page
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Does this kit go back into the intake via the stock CCV coupler? I can't see your pics on this compy... firewall filter.
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How did you contact NC Hornet? Pricing?

What element is used inside the canister?
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Back into the intake, nice and clean
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