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Ok, for all those who have been bugging, nagging and pushing me to get this done, we are there. The purpose of this kit is simple, we wanted to put it together with quality parts and a budget minded price point. What this means to you is that you get everything listed below for $45, and shipping is INCLUDED, no pennies to make it look cheaper and no gimmicks. We also use Fuel rated hose, not heater hose, which means that your hose won't fall apart after 6-8 months of oily residue. We also include Viton O-rings in partnership with Guzzle, Replacement O-rings for Diesel Engines so that you won't have to worry about anything leaking. You will get everything to do the whole project at your door. I am also going to ship the first 5 orders for FREE! Which means the first 5 kits are only $35. I will be posting up the 6637 mod kit tomorrow and also a separate powdercoated intake tube shortly there after, for those that want to get rid of the stock intake boot and are doing both the 6637 and CCV mods at the same time. Thanks guys...
- 5' Fuel rated Fleetrite hose
- You can purchase as much additional hose as you need for my cost $ 2.93/ ft
- 1 Black Powder-coated Spacer
- 2 Stainless hose clamps
- 1 Hose Connector
- 2 Viton O-rings
- 2-3 Day Priority Shipping Included
if you run this all the way out back..you need to make sure there are no sags at all..if any sag fills with oil and plugs the hose..it will blow out an oring some place..
Early 99 7.3 F350 auto,TN T-4 mount with a s467 for air,SRP 1.1 for oil,H-11 stud's,"NEW" alliant 315/200 hybrids, all supplied by unlimited diesel..shimmed 910's, DI push rod's, Driven diesel fuel system with a fuel lab 41401 ..tuned by Gearhead..
1988 F250 7,3 IDI with 112k-bone stock plow truck..
Great job Clay I am glad to see you got it line out . I was looking at Jeffs yesterday I like it his runs down into a catch can then brings the gases back up and runs them thru the truck.
I think I want to do mine this way also, I am running Rotella T dino and that is supposedly the worst offending stinker. So I need to build a trap and then reroute the hose back to the intake. Another weekend project gets added to the list.
Good job Clay. FWIW, The 5' of hose will approximately get to about your driver's side door for those of you that are wondering how long that is. When I did my homemade CCV version, I used about 8' and ran it past the middle of the two doors on my CC. Plus, you will need those o-rings too. Once you pull the doghouse, you will see why.
2002 F350 XLT, 7.3L CC 4x4, SRW, Autometer Ultralites, DP TUNER, BTS Trans, 6.0 tranny cooler, F650 dash, AIS w/zoodad, Warn Hubs, 4" MBRP exhaust, '08 rear end cover, Foil Delete, Heated Tow Mirrors, AIH Delete, Homemade CCV mod., Bilsteins. The Silver Bullitt PAA# 24
Looking good Clay. The o-rings are a MUST, nice thinking on that. I just didn't want to have any of the smell on mine, that's why I ran mine back into the intake. Although I hear Schaeffer's smells pretty good out of the CCV .
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