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Odel, How much do you want for one (including shipping)?

My front is fine, but the rear was cracked bad. I used JBweld ultimate black silicone to fill the cracks, lol.
Its a temporary solution that's worked so far, But won't last the way I drive it.
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Installed these beasts yesterday. Cured my issues. No sounds, no thumps. Better feel. Happy man. Will see how they hold up.....

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That's the plan 😉 thanks again for the tip. Feels fantastic 🙂

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Put some new fog light assemblies in my Gennie. $40 from Amazon. It included a complete wire harness, switch and relay that I did not need. Looks so much better over the hazed over OEs and the chrome was starting to flake off inside them.

The fog light switch is interrogated into a replacement traction control/light rheostat cluster.
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Catch can on valve vent is only needed if you are boosted. Otherwise it its usless, you need catch can on PCV valve side.

Intake manifold vacuum is higher than vacuum in the intake, unless your PCV valve is bad, air from intake is being drawn into the valve cover on driver side, while it is being sucked out on PCV side.
In other words, you are trying to catch oil from your intake.

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Catch can on valve vent is only needed if you are boosted. Otherwise it its usless, you need catch can on PCV valve side.

Intake manifold vacuum is higher than vacuum in the intake, unless your PCV valve is bad, air from intake is being drawn into the valve cover on driver side, while it is being sucked out on PCV side.
In other words, you are trying to catch oil from your intake.

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It's nice to know why, before doing. Thanks. That's an easy fix! Thanks!

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Is that a second can for just the LT valve cover vent? If so, youíre probably fine because, as was mentioned, thereís not much coming from that side. The volume comes from the PCV side, which almost requires that you run the vacuum line back to the manifold fitting aft of the throttle body.

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Is that a second can for just the LT valve cover vent? If so, youíre probably fine because, as was mentioned, thereís not much coming from that side. The volume comes from the PCV side, which almost requires that you run the vacuum line back to the manifold fitting aft of the throttle body.
No. This was first one. I've removed. Looked at PVC side, and don't see good place to install.

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No. This was first one. I've removed. Looked at PVC side, and don't see good place to install.

Itís easy. Let me know if you want pictures of what I did. I mounted my can exactly as you did. The rest is a breeze. It will be tomorrow before I have access though.

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No. This was first one. I've removed. Looked at PVC side, and don't see good place to install.
You can rout long houses to the PCV side from location that you already have.
Having CAI frees up space, so mine is my the headlight/radiator.

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Catch can on valve vent is only needed if you are boosted. Otherwise it its usless, you need catch can on PCV valve side.

Intake manifold vacuum is higher than vacuum in the intake, unless your PCV valve is bad, air from intake is being drawn into the valve cover on driver side, while it is being sucked out on PCV side.
In other words, you are trying to catch oil from your intake.

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Regarding oil catch can, what should the routing look like for a 2.0T engine?

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Regarding oil catch can, what should the routing look like for a 2.0T engine?
You need one for PCV and one for valve cover. Under boost, pcv closes and vapors coming out of valve cover as its is routed pre turbo / turbine suction creates vacuum.

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Ok, thanks for your reply. I will double check my setup.

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I heat wrapped my SRI. That thing was searing to the touch when the engine was hot. Now itís just warm to the touch. I wish I couldíve gotten a before and after if the intake temps. Donít mind the terrible wrap job. I was a heat wrapping virgin until now.




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I heat wrapped my SRI. That thing was searing to the touch when the engine was hot. Now it’s just warm to the touch. I wish I could’ve gotten a before and after if the intake temps. Don’t mind the terrible wrap job. I was a heat wrapping virgin until now.




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Get rid of the plastic engine cover.It captures heat that will only heat soak the hell out of your upper and lower intake manifold .The cover serves no purpose other than to clean up the engine compartment's look .If you have not already made your hood vents functionable , be a good mod to do to get rid of more under hood heat .

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Get rid of the plastic engine cover.It captures heat that will only heat soak the hell out of your upper and lower intake manifold .The cover serves no purpose other than to clean up the engine compartment's look .If you have not already made your hood vents functionable , be a good mod to do to get rid of more under hood heat .


Iíve got functional hood vents on the way. I like the look of the engine cover, even though I know itís nothing but a heat trap. Iíve seen threads on here mention removing the foam to trap a little less heat. Iíve been debating on either doing that, or just ditching it completely.


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Iíve got functional hood vents on the way. I like the look of the engine cover, even though I know itís nothing but a heat trap. Iíve seen threads on here mention removing the foam to trap a little less heat. Iíve been debating on either doing that, or just ditching it completely.


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It's your ride. Only mentioned it because if you are attempting to lower inlet temps at only 1 point (SRI) then it really does nothing because the inlet temp(air flow) will be heated up to a very high amount once it enter a fully heat soaked manifold .I am just putting it out there as I wanted for my Gen Coupe the best performance and found this to be 1 of the cheap mods that does have a positive effect on overall performance , like the throttle body coolant by-pass mod .

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I heat wrapped my SRI. That thing was searing to the touch when the engine was hot.


This is why Iíve passed on an SRI until now. 3point8 Performance is working on a BK2 true CAI that looks encouraging, but time will tell. I may pair it with a port matched upr/lwr manifold if it tests well.

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