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Old 22-08-14, 12:32   #1
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Rocker cover breathers

Ok I see a lot of pics from cars over east running braided like n an fittings from the side of there rocker cover from wat I can find out they run back to the sump as a breather line they still run the std ones on top of rocker cover generally to a catch can
Has any one done this or can shed some light as to wat size n where it goes exactly
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Old 22-08-14, 17:27   #2
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Go through Aeroflow's catalogue and I think they do a fitting to suit man.
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Old 22-08-14, 18:43   #3
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or you can do what i and most people do and drill out the standard hole and buy a weld-in bung much larger
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Old 23-08-14, 19:52   #4
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Have ordered the fitting for the top factory breathers -10 from vpw direct fit ones but my question is bout the ones ppl are welding onto the side of the rocker cover n it seems they feed direct back to the sump. Any boys over here done this?
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Old 23-08-14, 20:54   #5
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yeh ive done it, all it is is an extra oil return. for people like me who like to give there car a flogging, stops the rocker cover filling with oil.
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Old 24-08-14, 02:16   #6
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Ok so I'm doin it then car likes to get driven hard
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Old 24-08-14, 13:09   #7
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Got any pics of the setup ? Mite help with my hicomp lol
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Old 25-08-14, 00:41   #8
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nevermind the tent peg, thats another story lol

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Old 25-08-14, 01:29   #9
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U just run one extra at the front n run it back to the sumo?
I'm looking at front n rear back to sump like -10 fitting running braided hose n the heat sleeve too
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Old 25-08-14, 10:13   #10
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rear would be preferrable, i had a fitting on my sump below there already
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