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Discussion in 'Power-Adders' started by Djstorm100, Jan 26, 2013.

  1. Djstorm100

    Djstorm100 New Member Established Member

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    Hey guys, finally got a blower and need to hear from your guys on topics.

    1) does the bypass valve have to have a vacuum refernce on the bottom port to the intake? Reason I ask my fuel rail line (that connects fuel passenger side fuel rail) is right up against the the hard small vacuum line. And the fuel line is on the backside of the vacuum line (toward the firewall) Not in front of the vacuum line like in the instruction) Is there anyway to rotate the bypass valve to get more clearance?

    2) where can I tap in to to get a boost reading?

    3) who makes catch can that actually works well with s/c?

    4) does any one know the capacity of the aftercooler system?

    The thick redline is how my fuel line is routed and you can't move it (molded) the yellow circle is the vacuum line I'm referring to.


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  2. Chuck@Evolution

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    1. Yes.

    2. Pipe plug fitting back passenger side of manifold.

    3. JLT

    4. Not offhand
     
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    Chucks got it right and im not sure on the capacity of the system i think its a little over a gallon and after pulling my blower off with just a pass side catch can id recomend doing both!
     
  4. Chuck@Evolution

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    We've seen nothing through on the drivers side. Even on cruz's 1000+hp 8 sec car. Popped it off and bone dry
     
  5. Djstorm100

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    So I have to have the boost line( the one on the nipple pointing down on the by pass valve that goes to the intake tube Or can I toss it?
     
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  6. Chuck@Evolution

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    Yes. Otherwise you will be in boost all the time
     
  7. Djstorm100

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    What concerns me is the fuel rail line rubbing against it. The fuel rail lines are molded thus you can't move them for clearance
     
  8. Djstorm100

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    updated with picture
     
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    I had some puddled in the blow and a nice coating in the tb and plenum of mine had a thread on it from what ive read some cars use oil others dont
     
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    How so ?

    the 4.6 uses the same bypass and it's bottom nipple is vented to the atmosphere.
     
  11. Chuck@Evolution

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    Sorry, forgot that that bypass has two nipples. I would still hook it up though.
     

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