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#6535470 - 08/19/12 10:50 AM What to do with vacuum lines?
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When turboing an N/A motor, what should one do with the vacuum lines that are attached to the factory intake

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#6536394 - 08/19/12 11:42 PM Re: What to do with vacuum lines? [Re: No Runners]
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 Originally Posted By: No Runners
When turboing an N/A motor, what should one do with the vacuum lines that are attached to the factory intake


Need more details please, such as what vac line exactly?
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#6538062 - 08/20/12 06:39 PM Re: What to do with vacuum lines? [Re: SiAdam]
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One goes to the evap canister and the other to the fpr. I'm guessing I can use a tee from the manifold for the fpr line?
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#6538708 - 08/21/12 12:11 AM Re: What to do with vacuum lines? [Re: No Runners]
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 Originally Posted By: No Runners
One goes to the evap canister and the other to the fpr. I'm guessing I can use a tee from the manifold for the fpr line?


Ditch the evap canister, once you go with a standalone, it doesn't work anyway.

As for the FPR, it should stay on the manifold, or a t as close to the manifold as possible.

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#6706178 - 11/11/12 02:55 PM Re: What to do with vacuum lines? [Re: SiAdam]
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The line to the FPR should not be connected to a vacuum manifold, but directly to the intake manifold. Short as possible as well.
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