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Old 02-01-2021, 10:23 PM   #15
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That helps a ton. Do you have any problems with it giving way from the OEM hose? I will be doing this tomorrow.
No problems at all. The rear most coil bolts on the driver side are in a tight spot. But otherwise simple and no issues. Let us know how it goes. Post some pics too.
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Old 02-28-2021, 01:28 PM   #16
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OP - check your factory valve covers or someone can chime in on any flow restrictors in the LSA factory valve covers. The Holleys may work as-is with your setup.
Answering my own question. I confirmed the PCV vents on the LSA factory valve covers are wide open with no restrictors. Hopefully this tidbit helps someone in the future.

As noted by SiC ZL1, with the reminder of the PCV system in a factory LSA configuration the Holleys should work fine.

Hope the install went well.

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Old 02-28-2021, 08:48 PM   #17
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Answering my own question. I confirmed the PCV vents on the LSA factory valve covers are wide open with no restrictors. Hopefully this tidbit helps someone in the future.

As noted by SiC ZL1, with the reminder of the PCV system in a factory LSA configuration the Holleys should work fine.

Hope the install went well.

Jim
I installed these a couple weeks back. I just cut the pcv and attached a hose like the previous picture. Worked pretty easily.
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