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01-22-2016 08:49 PM
1turbofocus Some would but not many

Tom
01-22-2016 07:06 PM
tower2 Tom,
Is there any similarities between the fusion 2.5 and focus 2.0.
Was looking at the work car today and it looks similar. Like I wonder if any of the parts would swap

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01-19-2016 08:38 AM
1turbofocus The intake side of the PCV and the Valve cover need to be caped then you can run a hose from the PCV and the Valve cover to what ever you choose

Tom
01-18-2016 09:21 PM
tower2
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You have to cap off BOTH connections at the intake as Tom mentioned to separate the PCV from the intake system.

If you don't do that, it will affect the engine. For example, if you only cap the PCV to intake manifold and leave the intake to valve cover intact, the MAF sees the air going to the PCV system and THINKS it's going into the engine!
So cap off both on the air intake. And run them both to the atmosphereic catch can

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01-18-2016 08:42 PM
sailor You have to cap off BOTH connections at the intake as Tom mentioned to separate the PCV from the intake system.

If you don't do that, it will affect the engine. For example, if you only cap the PCV to intake manifold and leave the intake to valve cover intact, the MAF sees the air going to the PCV system and THINKS it's going into the engine!
01-18-2016 08:32 PM
tower2
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Originally Posted by 1turbofocus View Post
I capped the intake , you can run the PCV and valve cover to where or what ever you want , catch can or open

Tom
Did it affect the engines idle or any thing like that?

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01-18-2016 08:17 PM
1turbofocus I capped the intake , you can run the PCV and valve cover to where or what ever you want , catch can or open

Tom
01-18-2016 08:02 PM
tower2
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Originally Posted by 1turbofocus View Post
As long as you want it to be to reach the catch can your going to use

Tom
Tom did you cap off the air intake inlet. And run the hose from the valve cover to the can. I've never installed a catchcan. But I will try it this week end

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01-18-2016 06:52 PM
1turbofocus As long as you want it to be to reach the catch can your going to use

Tom
01-18-2016 10:48 AM
tower2
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Originally Posted by 1turbofocus View Post
This is the fitting that goes on the intake , I cut the hard plastic hose off and placed a 3/8 cap on it from Advance Auto



This is the black plate you see in the other picture with the Purple / Blue what ever color , I cut the stock hard plastic hose off and replaced it with a 3/8 hose , I used a clamp but one really isnt needed



Hope that helps

Tom
How long was the hose Tom. I might do this to mine. I noticed when I used the CRC intake manifold cleaner it burns white from the exhaust......
I bet it's just burning off all that oil residue. Does a universal catch can work with this application ?

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