Post some pictures!I just changed mine to a Speedlogix unit and I just deleted the 90 deg. hose and changed it to a real steel braided 8" piece of #10 straight line that goes out about 2 inches from that indent of the cover, looks trick and I'm waiting for the Magna Clamp from Jegs to come in so I can finish out the look that I'm looking for, I also dropped off my fuel rail unit to have the ugly black hose replaced with a steel braid unit that I was told by Dodge and another vendor that it could not be done and yet I will pick it up today! There is more than one way to skin a cat............
Kevo, thanks for the input; what size of tubing you used. Again, cool mod.Really simple and easy to change up angle breather to what ever suits you. I just used a firm tubing that had a 90 degree bend. Cut it to desired length , used a screw tightened band on crank side and just pushed on the filter side ( I didn't use a band on filter end not wanting to add more weight to it ). The engine cover has a indent molded in it where it sticks out. The hole in the intake tubing was "capped" with a rubber cap just put directly over the fitting. As I said it's super easy and changeable.
I started a thread, look for the one titled: "For those ney-sayers"David, where did you get the steel braided lines from and how did you change the fuel rail line. I would like to change my engine bay a little and that sounds like a good option, let me know.:thumbsup:
I started a thread, look for the one titled: "For those ney-sayers"
I know a guy that knows a guy......I was promised that the line holds over 100 PSI so we will see what happens when the pressure is on...........got my fingers crossed!
As for where I got the steel braided hose, I have a 70 Chevelle (one owner) that I used to race and every line on it from the fuel cell to the two 1050 Dominators, I used all steel braided lines and I ended up with alot of scrap sizes so I used what I had in my shop. Some lines I just slipped over the orgional tubes and used what is called "Magna Clamp" that you can purchase from Jegs (in the Cooling Dress-up section pg. 347 of their latest catalog)
these just look like the real fittings but come with a built in clamp, check them out.
If you have any questions, feel free to just ask!