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Post  cfgioja on Sun May 06, 2012 2:06 pm

Hey guys, i have tracked down an issue i am having with oil consumption and realize the pcv system is hooked up wrong. I need to find a pcv crossover hose the goes from the back driver to back passenger valve cover and y's to the tb.

Anyone know where i can get one?

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Post  fliermike45 on Sun May 06, 2012 2:33 pm

Talk to Xschop, he uses a PCV with a smaller orifice and routed as you mentioned, I think the info is in a thread somewhere here. I use his setup and things seem OK.


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Re: ls pcv hose

Post  Rich L. on Sun May 06, 2012 11:19 pm

cfgioja wrote:Anyone know where i can get one?

I bought a used one off EBay but the rubber bits were dry rotted to the point that they weren't useable. So I bought a new one from The trick for me was to get the 99+ one so it fit the passenger valve cover correctly. The 97-98 style I got the first time didn't fit.

I also installed a catch can and am finding I lose quite a bit of oil through the breather. Your other option would be to do the LS6 valley cover and PCV routing which should cut down on that loss.

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Re: ls pcv hose

Post  cfgioja on Mon May 07, 2012 7:37 am

I built one with some 3/8 hose and a tee. Should ork, already feel a difference in the car with the right hookup

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