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Old 07-17-2010, 04:56 PM   #1
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pcv valve?

hey tom quick questionfor ya, i know jay racing sells a crank block off plate. i wanted to get this but it honestly just looks like a plate with a hole in it.... if thats all that it is, why not make my own is what i started to think. is there any thing specail about it? if not would u recomend making my own? i'm not really doing it for any kinda performance by removing it, i'm going for the looks really and keeping the intake clean. i just would rather not have the pcv valve sitting on the front side of the block if i don't have to ya know.

p.s. sorry if i posted this in the wrong area, but i figured you would be the one to ask about it tho.


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Old 07-17-2010, 06:12 PM   #2
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If this is for a Zetec yes you can make it , if you dont have to remove it then leave it there the stock one does a very good job at seperating the oil from the moving air

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In a nut shell thats all it is really.
You could make this yourself if you got the gear!

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Its for an svt, would it still be ok? Sorry for not saying that. Thanks tom! Any recomendations on what size line I should run from it?
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The bigger the line the less oil that will get blown out

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Is the pcv valve the tube that goes from the valve cover to the intake?
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Is the pcv valve the tube that goes from the valve cover to the intake?
No thats the Valve cover breather
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Figured then the pcv valve is where and that releives crankcase pressure right
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