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timoth123

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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

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catch tank !!!!

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timoth123

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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

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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.


Edited by Sandy, 05 April 2015 - 09:40 AM.


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timoth123

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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.

Edited by timoth123, 05 April 2015 - 03:36 PM.


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Schumi

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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 ?