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Old 05-23-2013, 01:46 PM   #1
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New product! Hide that EVAP!!

We can't stand the unsightly placement of the EVAP solenoid on the 2010+ V8 Camaros...so we moved it to the rear of the cylinder head and created a kit for others to do the same! Includes hoses, extension harness and heatshrink for a clean installation.




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So this moves the Evap solenoid to where exactly?

And I'm already ordering one, this is just me being curious.
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So this moves the Evap solenoid to where exactly?

And I'm already ordering one, this is just me being curious.
Sweet! It moves to the back of the cylinder head!
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Sweet! It moves to the back of the cylinder head!
Got that part. Guess I should have clarified - do you have a picture of how it sits after the relocation?
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Got that part. Guess I should have clarified - do you have a picture of how it sits after the relocation?
I would also like to see more pics! Very interested in this!
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I would also like to see more pics! Very interested in this!
I'll be installing it ASAP once I get it. Was too cheap to spring for the overnight shipping though, lol
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Old 05-23-2013, 03:29 PM   #7
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http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?p=5979726 another option
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Got that part. Guess I should have clarified - do you have a picture of how it sits after the relocation?


This is the passenger side to give you an idea. Maybe a bit hard to see, but see the red connector? That's going into the solenoid. It attaches to the back of the head using the same bolt, and there are already threaded holes back there to screw into.
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Oh I know there are other options out there for where to physically relocate it to, I just like this kit because I don't have to worry about extending the harness, etc.
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Pretty cool product may even look good braided as I did mine but kept it in front. I bought the EVAP ends and added the braided line. This is a good idea though.
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I'll be installing it ASAP once I get it. Was too cheap to spring for the overnight shipping though, lol
Just ordered mine Stig and will install mine ASAP too once I get mine! Kelly was on the ball and fixed me right up!
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Old 05-24-2013, 02:32 PM   #13
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Just ordered mine Stig and will install mine ASAP too once I get mine! Kelly was on the ball and fixed me right up!
Kelly and I are going to be having words if you get yours before me
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I relocated mine to the trash can. Win/win.
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Kelly and I are going to be having words if you get yours before me
Lol Stig! We ordered with in a couple hours of each other and they both went out the next shipping day! Your a little closer than I am so you should get yours first!(dam it) lol! I'll keep you updated!
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Thanks guys! Hope you like it!
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I can't see the difference in the above posted pictures...is there one from the drivers side of it removed?????
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Thanks guys! Hope you like it!
Got mine yesterday, awesome job with the directions btw

I'll get it installed later tonight and let you know what I think.
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I can't see the difference in the above posted pictures...is there one from the drivers side of it removed?????
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Got mine yesterday, awesome job with the directions btw

I'll get it installed later tonight and let you know what I think.
Excellent, Alvin wrote 'em!
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Old 05-29-2013, 09:30 PM   #20
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Kelly, Now you guys have to come up with a pre-fab kit to get rid of that DAMN A/C Line that comes up in the air by the master cylinder. I'm thinking one that will stay close to the firewall and follow the frame rail! Nice kit by the way!
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Old 05-30-2013, 12:46 AM   #21
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Ordered mine today. It will be nice to move it out of the way.

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Can we just cap this off if emissions are not a concern?
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Can we just cap this off if emissions are not a concern?
You mean the evap solenoid? I mean - I guess you could, why not. Don't know if you'd need a tune afterwards though
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Can we just cap this off if emissions are not a concern?
You can, but you will get a check engine light for the EVAP system. I don't suggest removing EVAP from street cars anyway to be honest, especially since it doesn't hurt performance any.
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Got mine today!!! Will be installing tomorrow!!
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