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Old Apr-20-17, 06:52 AM   #1

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Hey everyone,

So while i was pulling my intake off i broke the port that comes out of the center of intake and runns to rear of driver valve cover. Can i get a new port for the intake or should i just drill it out and install a grommet with a new barb fitting? Thanks in advance for the help.
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You can install a little breather filter on the end of that hose or in place of the hose and plug the port on the intake...

or ask me super nicely to find my stock intake with the unbroken port and ship it to you...lol
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Im using that port for my MMS catch can.. my new thought is to drill it out the broken port. Install a grommet and than get a barb by barb 90 and just apoxy it in the intake to confirm seal.. i didnt mess with ot to see if i can get it out today either. I finished tear down to get my heads out.
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That is your PVC. Unless you like oil leaks, repair the manifold and reconnect it. Grommet or epoxy a new fitting to it.
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