Very interesting comment, Ray,
I'm guessing too, but wouldn't the strength of the spring inside the PCV be
a function of the horsepower?
I wondering if the pcv from any 125 - 150 hp car or truck might work
similarly. Wouldn't manifold vacuum be proportional to the horsepower? Maybe
a 2 liter 6000 rpm 4 cyl would have similar total vacuum to a 4000 rpm 3
liter 6 cyl.
Just asking questions.
Ray Carbone wrote:
Date: Sun, 05 Feb 2012 09:41:32 -0500
From: "RACarbone" < >
To: < <https://mbox.hoster902.com/compose.php?to=healeys@Autox.Team.Net>
Subject: Re: [Healeys] FW: PCV needs fresh air too
So, since we are not interested in using this installation to meet federal
requirements and can no longer find contemporary versions of similarly sized
and carbureted straight 6s from which to secure their PCV selection, what
should we select? So, I would appreciate knowing the PCV chosen and, if
the selection criteria used?
Altadena, CA, USA
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