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Old 02-18-2019, 11:30 AM
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I am wanting to clean up my engine bay and just added a NW 102 throttle body, which I had to get new couplers for and those damn ugly *** hard lines are always getting in the way. My question is what size do I need to switch it to soft lines that I can tuck away? I want to guess ill need 3/8 with a T in there somewhere to clean it all up. Or should I just rip it out and cap stuff off then let my tuner adjust for it?
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Old 02-18-2019, 02:08 PM
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Its 3/8

and the good thing is you can reuse the ends with the new rubber hose
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Old 02-19-2019, 07:52 PM
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Its 3/8

and the good thing is you can reuse the ends with the new rubber hose
Did you just break the hard lines to get the factory fittings out?
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Old 02-19-2019, 07:57 PM
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Take the lines all out and cap the port on the front of the intake and tune it out so it doesn't throw codes.
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I have it tuned out already. I just want to remove the hard lines now. I also have a elite engineering catch can installed, so how do I go about deleting this stuff as I am not finding much about it anywhere.
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Is there a reason other than for looks that you are removing the pcv system?
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Originally Posted by Apocolipse View Post
Is there a reason other than for looks that you are removing the pcv system?
Not removing it, just want to clean up the engine bay and get rid of those stupid hard lines. I got a NW 102 with new couplers and the hard line just sits on top of the throttle body basically. I went ahead and got some 3/8 hose and will just swap the ends out and replace the lines.
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