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  2. Random thought thread

    Check out these CP rods... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. 2010 Camaro SS

    Checked 2 of my plugs off the drivers side head and all seems well. They’re discolored from the Torco Accelerator race fuel though. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Crazy but the way it’s setup now is keeping it from blowing oil out because it hasn’t done it since I put the MM can on. I’ll still redo it the correct way though.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  6. Sounds like his PCV is a sealing style that acts as a check valve. That works pretty good IMO.
  7. Here is what MM guy said:
  8. Random thought thread

    A top ten look of bewilderment/confusion at 13:38
  9. NewestER DD 2012 GT500

    I've gotta 6.0 hanging on the cherry picker. Can you be here in 15 minutes??
  10. You basically don't want any line hooked up to the intake after the S/C. If one is, then it needs to have a check valve in place to prevent positive pressure from coming out of that line. If you have something hooked up to the port after the TB, then it's getting boost pressure and needs a check valve, or leave it plugged off until you get one.
  11. NewestER DD 2012 GT500

    I can't LS swap that, stupid.
  12. NewestER DD 2012 GT500

    Illegal Immoral Not that either of those matter in this culture but THIS guy doesnt wanna go to hell Matt
  13. NewestER DD 2012 GT500

    Can you type even read LS swap 429 Boss? (Barf back deployment?)
  14. NewestER DD 2012 GT500

    Extremely...but oddly enough it was easier than if we had been talking about a Fox Coupe or something like that. I guess its so common in the Fairmont/LTD world that its not as big of a deal to me. I wouldnt personally do it but ide likely drive/race it! Matt
  15. NewestER DD 2012 GT500

    be honest, how hard was it to type this?
  16. 65-6800 1-4. I've never let it wide open shift to 5 or 6, that would be 140+ mph,
  17. The LSA has the supercharger after where that blue line hooks to it.
  18. Mike, what's your car shift at in 1st-6th gears?
  19. From the way it's labeled, the blue line has vacuum (suction), not boost (pressure) on the LSA Wild diagram. I'll say this... I gave it a few hard hit and didn't blow oil out everywhere like before this setup.
  20. I hooked it up wrong then.... The blue line is getting suction from the blower pcv to air filter. The other is hooked to the valve cover oil fill cap. The Mishimoto is hooked between the valet pcv and intake behind tb. Make sense? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  21. I guess have to see how it’s hooked up in person. The blue line will have boost on it on your car.
  22. So where did I go wrong? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  23. Mike, I have the Camaro 5 Wild kit.... But here are the mild and wild instructions for the MM. Mild Wild Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  24. Guess I’ll stop by so we can stick the check valve in there then... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  25. Well I was short on time and and the instructions were for the LS2 on one page and the LSA (ZL1) on the other. It’s ghetto, but I kept the Mishimoto can between the intake valley cover and intake behind TB and zip ties it down to the MM Barack as a temp fix. The MM is on the oil fil cap and blower air filter vacuum line. Don’t laugh... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  26. I guess I've entered (remain in) my cross-eyed state. I can't picture "suction side" of an atmospheric vent...
  27. Mine is supercharged from the factory and the it goes: Air intake tube>both valve covers/crankcase/valley cover >supercharger snout. The suction side is pre supercharger, but post throttle body. I put a catch can in the valley cover to supercharger snout line. But lots of people don’t bother. It just keeps the intercooler brick cleaner.
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