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Old 04-01-2012, 06:08 PM   #1
Gene Culley

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Hello All,

I just installed the Magnuson on my Camaro and do not need the stock LS3 valley cover. I am asking $75 shipped. I don't get on the forum every day as I am very busy at work so please send an email to

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Old 04-01-2012, 06:51 PM   #2

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I have a few Qs if you don't mind. I'm one of the few(?) unfortunates to have a great amount of oil being caught by a CC and think it may be due to an improperly assembled PCV Baffle in the Valley cover.

Are there drain holes that may be blocked by plastic flash that wasn't cleaned up at time of assembly, or would it likely be silicon sealant?

Could you take a few closeup photos of the baffle and post them?

GM says my oil consumption is w/in specs, but I can't imagine that much oil - 40 oz in 6500 miles - as being 'acceptable'
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