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Old 09-09-2013, 10:27 AM   #169
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Is there photos where I connect the three hoses?
The very beginning of this thread has some really great pics. The third hose to the air intake. Should find everything you need to install in this thread. Good luck, its pretty easy to install a catch can.


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Old 02-26-2014, 07:38 PM   #170
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Here is a general question - why is the standard to use EPDM hoses vs replacing with lighter convoluted plastic tube (moonwall I believe) with quick connects? I need to verify, but I believe the part being removed is from my company. For any of the sponsors looking for a lighter setup, PM me as we have a specialty parts group that will quote this type of product - custom cut to length pieces with installed QCs.
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Old 06-25-2014, 03:58 AM   #171
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How in the world are you people getting the original line off? I can not get my hand in there for the life of me.
Then once it is off, how are you guys connecting the new tube? I know some are using the hose clamps and others aren't but there is no room to work. To small of a space.
Whats the secret from you guys installing this in 15 minutes?? Dam!!
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Old 06-25-2014, 10:07 AM   #172
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I moved the bracket aside that is just above the line to give extra room for my large hands. With a long flat blade screwdriver the line popped off in seconds.

I was able to use hose clamps with a long needle nose pliers and the bracket still set aside.


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How in the world are you people getting the original line off? I can not get my hand in there for the life of me.
Then once it is off, how are you guys connecting the new tube? I know some are using the hose clamps and others aren't but there is no room to work. To small of a space.
Whats the secret from you guys installing this in 15 minutes?? Dam!!
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Old 06-25-2014, 12:24 PM   #173
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I moved the bracket aside that is just above the line to give extra room for my large hands. With a long flat blade screwdriver the line popped off in seconds.

I was able to use hose clamps with a long needle nose pliers and the bracket still set aside.

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Are people disconnecting the negative side of the battery? I see some diy write ups on here where they make no mention of it..

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Old 06-25-2014, 01:28 PM   #174
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I mounted my CC on the ZL1 in the CAI so as to condense better. Cooler the the better. Yes in the CAI it is way cooler than in engine bay, that's why we use CAI.
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