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Old 10-01-2009, 07:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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These are awesome for guys looking to vent out the block, an to weld on some fittings for the valve cover, or make your own catch can.



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the one the goes on the back of the block, how will that be able to vent??? right now i just have the black box, with a fitting tapped into the back of it.. but where my pcv valve was located, i just had plugged off, but there was oil seeping out of it.. let me know thanks. and how much just for that one fitting?
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Old 10-01-2009, 09:38 AM   #3 (permalink)
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the one the goes on the back of the block, how will that be able to vent??? right now i just have the black box, with a fitting tapped into the back of it.. but where my pcv valve was located, i just had plugged off, but there was oil seeping out of it.. let me know thanks. and how much just for that one fitting?
D-series are a little different, but the objective is to plug the pcv black box, and use the oil return passeges to vent the system.

Which fitting are you speaking of ? The one with the logo, or the other two ?
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How does this work?

Looks interesting I dont want to use the black box.

My friend gave me this thing he said I can plug this into the black box hole (when I remove the black box) for a Catch Can drain back system (or somrthing like that)

Ill post pics when I get home today
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How does this work?

Looks interesting I dont want to use the black box.

My friend gave me this thing he said I can plug this into the black box hole (when I remove the black box) for a Catch Can drain back system (or somrthing like that)

Ill post pics when I get home today
He probably gave you a freeze plug, the piece with our logo on it replaced it.
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Right. It looks similar to that, but it is open (meaning I can connect a hose to it)
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just plug the black box ???

how the vent the block then???

Im interested.

I just put another fitting on my catch cand and connect the black box to it.

Is this ok??
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Sorry its setup a little different on the d-series, this plug with the RC logo would go in place of the box, then you run that to a catch can.

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Sorry its setup a little different on the d-series, this plug with the RC logo would go in place of the box, then you run that to a catch can.

That looks nice

So the opposite two would connect to a catch can? And that is just venting the block correct?

Would I need a seperate catch can to vent the head?

(Sorry Im a newb when it comes to pcv system)
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Sorry its setup a little different on the d-series, this plug with the RC logo would go in place of the box, then you run that to a catch can.

price for this 3 fittings please, any combo price for the fittings hose and catch can ???
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I think you guys are thinking to hard about a Breather set-up.....In the pic where the plug is that has the RC logo is normally where our Black Box is on D-series motors. This is the only fitting you need for an External Breather System to be added. I'm a noob also, so please correct me if I'm wrong.

P.S. The above pic supplied is of a B-series block.
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price for this 3 fittings please, any combo price for the fittings hose and catch can ???
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I think you guys are thinking to hard about a Breather set-up.....In the pic where the plug is that has the RC logo is normally where our Black Box is on D-series motors. This is the only fitting you need for an External Breather System to be added. I'm a noob also, so please correct me if I'm wrong.

P.S. The above pic supplied is of a B-series block.
You're right, I just stated that up above. The d series only use the place where the breather box should be.
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Do you have the fittings in different sizes? -8, -10, -12?
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Do you have the fittings in different sizes? -8, -10, -12?
We are working on different sized, but right now -10 is the most commonly used for breather setups.
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hmmm, so i could acually just use one of the fittings thats threaded, and stick that where the black box was... are they o-ringed also like the freeze plug, and fit snug... if so, price on one of those threaded black fittings, since the d series only has one spot for it to go instead of 2 like the bseries.
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^Now Im confused.

Can we see one pic of the plugs on a d-engine ???
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^Now Im confused.

Can we see one pic of the plugs on a d-engine ???
See the RC logo plug in the picture, thats the only port you guys would use, but instead of the RC plug, you'd just use a fitting with a -10 on the other end.
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^Now Im confused.

Can we see one pic of the plugs on a d-engine ???
Shoot RC a PM and tell them to send me a fitting for Testing and Fitment, and then I will post pics of it on my D-series block to clear everything up for everyone!
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can u pm me a price on the fiting for the black box, also I will need a 1/2 to 10an fitting to put in the other end of the catch can.
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SO then bascially with this set up you can also run a hose from the VC to the catch can along with the hose coming off from the back of the block. Correct?
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