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Old 04-02-2014, 09:11 PM   #1
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jrsc vacuum diagram

hes any one have a svtf jrsc that cam draw me up a vacuum diagram for the likes that go to the s/c or pics?? i get confused while reading the instructions


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and the bolt list because ive lost a few during the rebuild for the whole kit being that it wasnt on the car before the rebuild
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You DO NOT want your PCV going into the SC

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so just vent it off tom? any other pointers? im missing a few nuts and bolts like the intake manny studs and nuts and the altenator bracket bolts and a few more figured a few trips to the hardware store when it comes time to install!! what kind of gasket material do i use and im missiing the throttle body spacer thing can i just get a airraid tb spacer in place of the one on the sc? and theres a threded hole on the back of the intake that is just open the one with the 90 degree brass fitting is for the bb but idk ehat the other is for like 3/4 in dia. and any pointers would be great haha first time to ever add boost kinda excited
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its missing almost all nuts and bolts haha but heres what i have
the sc and intake manny, throotle cable bracket fuel rail and injectors , bypass valve, mafia, altenator braket, and the snout support bracket and i have the bolts to bolt the sc to the intake manny and the bolt for the snout support and maybe a few more but hey, it was well worth 1000$
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Molts dont cost that much , just take your parts to a local bolt place and do fitment so you know you have the right stuff and make sure to use washers

Your going to need a belt as well

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thats what i figured
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