Warr Performance TB

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MechMan

MechMan

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I am looking at the 92mm Warr Perfoamnce throttle bodies and I see they come with and with out a vent tube. Is that for the PCV system? I am planning a LS3 build and not sure if the tube is needed or not. I am planning on using a catch can.
 
Injectedcutty

Injectedcutty

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Ask MotorheadMike, he recently put one on his wagon that DOESN'T have the vent tube.
I just ordered this unbranded one the other day with a tube. Hard to beat the price at $68 with sensors...
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motorheadmike

motorheadmike

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My wagon has the non-vented version and a catch can. The Monte is getting the vented one and a catch can because I want extra PCV draw options due to the turbo - this will make more sense in due time.
 
MechMan

MechMan

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My wagon has the non-vented version and a catch can. The Monte is getting the vented one and a catch can because I want extra PCV draw options due to the turbo - this will make more sense in due time.
Getting a non vented one would be ok for a N/A aplication though? all the schematics that i see show the PCV being connected to the intake and not the throttle body
 
motorheadmike

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Yeah well I am not a schematic.
 
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