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timoth123

Ew10J4S Intake

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timoth123

Guys,

Just about to get a manifold made up for some throttle bodies for this engine.

The standard intake has 2 oil breather connections on it, but lookig at the PDF of the jenvey it appears to not have them.

That mean they're not needed?? Surely they are?

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welshpug

catch tank !!!!

 

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timoth123

Guys,

Just about to get a manifold made up for some throttle bodies for this engine.

The standard intake has 2 oil breather connections on it, but lookig at the PDF of the jenvey it appears to not have them.

That mean they're not needed?? Surely they are?

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Sandy

You'd need to make another breather elsewhere, ie GTI138 rear cam cover has one, or if the engine's apart, put a brether into the block oil drain below where the inlet breathers are (which is what I do). Or make a provision in the manifold flange.

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timoth123

You'd need to make another breather elsewhere, ie GTI138 rear cam cover has one, or if the engine's apart, put a brether into the block oil drain below where the inlet breathers are (which is what I do). Or make a provision in the manifold flange.

Ok, so just use a 138 rear cover and block off the breathers next to the inlet ports?

The engine isn't going to be apart so easy options for now.

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Schumi

You'd need to make another breather elsewhere, ie GTI138 rear cam cover has one, or if the engine's apart, put a brether into the block oil drain below where the inlet breathers are (which is what I do). Or make a provision in the manifold flange.

 

Any photo for this application Sandy ?

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