Hey @Dark04GT or if any one else would know,
I provided some pics below. Idk if I'm just tired but I just want to double check some vacuum connections and what to do with them.
In the first pic there are 3 different colors, orange - red - and blue.
Within the orange circle, could I put a T off of that and run my BOV with a minimum 6mm ID (recommended by Tial) to my BOV?
What do you do with the red and blue circled items respectively? If I T the two PCV vents together and run the catch can like yours @Dark04GT , what did you do about these two guys?
In the second pic theres just one circle - blue - could I use this line to tap a T and run my boost gauge off of? What line is this specifically for? Evap?
Thanks in advance
T off the front works great (your yellow circle).
My PCV is completely separate from the intake (T’ed valve cover lines => moroso catch => line to a breather in the passenger side fender)- advantage is simplicity, downside is that I loose the vacuum.
ahh I see. So your BOV line comes off the orange circle, the red still ties into the intake after MAF (is your IAC bung welded or press fitted?), and blue was capped off.
What’s the down side to losing that vacuum for PCV?
I’ve researched and seen a lot of people T’ing the PCV to catch can and idk what the downside of losing that one particular vacuum would be. I’ve also seen a guy on modded mustangs use the blue circle vacuum port for his BOV. I was thinking of doing that and using the orange T for boost gauge signal