Originally Posted by tanur420
thats line running from the pcv clean side to the air intake right? disconnect it from the pcv side? just wann make sure
Yes sir. I've heard people call it a "vacuum line", atleast that's the way it has been described to me in the past. Honestly, I didn't really care what it did, I just cared about where it went into my intake at. That seemed to be the perfect location for the seafoam treatment on a N/A motor. speaking of that....i'm not trying to jack your thread bumblebee!
Bumblebee-Maybe you can do the seafoam treatment followed up by some sort of oil-injection treatment for your supercharger? I've never had a s/c motor so my level of ignorance is fairly high in this area, but I can't see injecting a solvent that cleans off oil into a supercharger without some sort of re-oiling method being a good idea.
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