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Old 06-06-2005, 06:46 PM   #1
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So today i took off my oil filler cap and put on my new Injen High Flow PCV Valve... Looks good dont it??

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I saw the subject, and thought, this guy isn't that stupid, is he?

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thats coming next, i have a pair of tin snips ready and waiting... lol
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Um, I really hope you're kidding. Style aside, that'* nowhere near your PCV Valve.

I am tired, and kinda burnt out right now, so I may not understand.....
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after i thought about it it is my new breather.. for some reason i had PCV in my head but should have said breather...
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after i thought about it it is my new breather.. for some reason i had PCV in my head but should have said breather...
Well, I feel a little better now....

And instead of CF, you need a Lexan Hood. What good are the mods if they can't be seen???

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This is the second time someone has posed a pic like that. Was it Pdad the first time? Put a HUGE cone filter on his oil cap?
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this is a joke right?
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yep, and that does the same job as the PCV. Except it only works on one side.
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Works the same on either side, or both at the same time

The only difference is a PCV valve is SLIGHTLY more environmentally concious. It re-burns the crankcase vapors.
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