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    Are you going to expand on that?

    I can't help you if you don't provide the stuff you are having trouble with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fivefingerdeathpunch View Post
    Are you going to expand on that?

    I can't help you if you don't provide the stuff you are having trouble with.
    Lol agreed!
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    Hi,thanks for responding, I'm just swapping upper intake plenum, already have the TB adapter from zzp,and I'm about to order the EGR blockoff plate from eBay,so that being said I'm also planning to put a breather on the sticking stove pipe top of plenum,I just unsure how to router the rest vacuum lines,I'm swapping from plastic to metal(aluminum)
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    Yup. That's what I'm currently running on my L36 n/a along with several other members here. The rear vacuum for your brake booster is the same, as well as all your other vacuum lines. I had to remove my evap from the mount to pull things further forward to compensate for the longer neck, but all the electrical reached fine. You could also just extend the evap vacuum lines and electrical if you wanted to make it look more "stock". Nothing else special other than dealing with the air intake, but I run a cone, so no problems there. Just went by home depot and got a 4" pvc pipe, 4" rubber 90 degree elbow, and put it on with a hole for the AIT sensor. That simple! Good luck and feel free to ask if you have any questions!
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    Thanks,but what I'm doing is blocking off EGR hole in aluminum plenum keeping the existing egr and putting a breather in sticking up stove pipe,so now I have to figure out the trottle body vacuum line
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    Yup. That's what I was referring to. Those vacuum lines on the front go to the evap solenoid and the fuel pressure regulator. Again, you don't have to re-route them at all, just unmount the evap solenoid so you can pull the lines forward is all.
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    All right,good idea,thanks a lot,and HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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    You too! And good luck! We all enjoy pictures of good work, so feel free to post up when you're done!
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