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l92 valley port? where do i hook it to?

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Old 07-16-2012, 08:45 PM   #1
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Default l92 valley port? where do i hook it to?

L92 swap in older car. There is a hose barb on the front of the valley cover coming out on an angle. I heard you hook this to your radiator? Is this a steam hole?
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not a water or steam fitting. its a vaccumn line. you can cap it or run it to a oil breather tank. you are talking about the valley plate not the heads.
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not a water or steam fitting. its a vaccumn line. you can cap it or run it to a oil breather tank. you are talking about the valley plate not the heads.
Nevermind I just looked at it and I have no valley port. I was talking about the crossover.

The reason why I asked is because I am blowing oil out of my passenger breather. I am trying to figure out a good pcv setup or breather setup.

Here is a picture of my setup with my old carburetor:

http://carphotos.cardomain.com/ride_...4007_large.jpg

The passenger breather is soaked and dripping oil when I rev it hard.
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