PROMO Product Release - VTT Billet Vacuum Relief Valve

syn909

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Jun 27, 2018
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Martin, this is incorrect sir. We designed the system, and have ran it for years. At this point, it appears you are not reading.

We have METERED VACUUM LEAK THROUGH THE HIGH SIDE CAN.

The Vaccum Relief is nothing more than an ADJUSTABLE Vacuum leak.

Yes if you tried to run the high side with nothing on it, no can, no lines, no anything you would have no vacuum. But introduce all those things into the system, and its a METERED leak, meaning you get some vacuum into the system. This is proven many times over in all our setups running this way.

If you wish to argue about it, please start your own thread. Why is PCV operation so hard for people to wrap their head around?
@[email protected] ] what if I am using my own dual cans but with the BMS oil catch can for the high side with your flapper and pcv delete and setup like the "external pcv routing using dual vtt catch cans" diagram except with BMS high side oil catch and generic low side oil catch cans?
 

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@[email protected] ] what if I am using my own dual cans but with the BMS oil catch can for the high side with your flapper and pcv delete and setup like the "external pcv routing using dual vtt catch cans" diagram except with BMS high side oil catch and generic low side oil catch cans?
As long as the lines/sizes are sufficient I'd think that'd work ok (I'm not sure what they are or how they compare to ours, and I'd be guessing with yea/nay).
 
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