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Old 12-07-2010, 08:07 PM   #1
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Old 12-11-2010, 12:14 PM   #2
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Do you have any pics of the dual checkvalve model mounted on a vette with a blower (centri style blower).
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So the single valve is for nonboosted applications and the double valve is for boosted?
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So the single valve is for nonboosted applications and the double valve is for boosted?
Yep, under boost the PVC one way valve sees boost rather than vacuum and closes off the flow from the valley cover. You need another source of vacuum to evacuate the crank case through the catch can. I am just finishing up with the dual valve install on my APS TT. I will put up pictures and a diagram of my setup in the next few days.

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how is this installed? how are the hoses routed? i am considering purchasing
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how is this installed? how are the hoses routed? i am considering purchasing
I took several pictures of my install earlier today, I'll probably have the rest late tonight or tomorrow.

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nice please let me know... is it just two lines?
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nice please let me know... is it just two lines?
Depends, do you have a super charger setup? If yes than you should use the dual valve can and that has three connections. If you are have an NA engine, then you will want the single valve can and it uses two hoses. Here is a poor picture of my dual valve can. I am just not ready to do a full write yet as I need more and better photos and a schematic of the hook up.....tomorrow.

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How would this mount with a Centri set up?
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Well, I am doing single turbo. Where do you have your three hoses coming from? One from passenger valve cover right? one from intake manifild, and one from where else?
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Well, I am doing single turbo. Where do you have your three hoses coming from? One from passenger valve cover right? one from intake manifild, and one from where else?
Here is the schematic for my twin turbo set. I did not use a second can for the clean air connection, i.e., the valve covers, instead I just used the PCV from APS TT.....a REALLY good valve BTW to control clean air reversion.

http://forums.corvetteforum.com/1571625933-post86.html

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How would this mount with a Centri set up?
Here is a schematic for a centri setup. Scroll down near the bottom of the page: http://forums.corvetteforum.com/1574669412-post1.html

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how is this installed? how are the hoses routed? i am considering purchasing
Here is my final hose routing for my APS TT. The two hoses that drop down to the front of the car connect into the turbo intake system just after the K&N air filters. (pictures one & five) The hose that runs between the two valve covers and is teed to the diver side inlet through a one way check valve is the clean air line. The third hose on the catch can is routed down to the passenger side inlet. It's purpose is to provide an alternate vacuum source for the purging of the valley cover when the throttle body connection is cut off because the engine and intake manifold are under boost.

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This is he ONLY system I have seen that ensures proper evac on a turbo or frony mount SC setup. The dual valves automatically close & open as it senses boost in the intake.

How is it working? And oil or crankcase pressure issues?
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This is the ONLY system I have seen that ensures proper evac on a turbo or front mount SC setup. The dual valves automatically close & open as it senses boost in the intake.

How is it working? Any oil or crankcase pressure issues?
My car is still up on blocks. Right now I am involved with coil overs and a Z06 fuel pump swap.

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why might you need the filter for the additional 39.00?
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why might you need the filter for the additional 39.00?
The breather eliminates the 2nd route of oil ingestion by eliminating the OEM make up air line. At WOT some oil enters the airbridge via this tube and coats the throttle body blade and intake. Not near as much as the PCV lines, but still an arear of concern. It has an integrated checkvalve to prevent vapors escaping into the engine compartment. Have it on mine and it works!
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pm me, I need to order a dual valve setup with additional filter for oil cap
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Anyone else have pictures of theirs installed and some feedback on how there working?

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