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Old 07-29-2008, 01:51 AM   #1
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I am trying to run my sbc 332 with alum. fab valve covers that have no holes for a PCV breather. Is there anyway to run a PCV system other than using a breather located in the valve covers?
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Mount it in the valley.

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How could I do that?
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My advise would be to use different valve covers. You can buy a nice set nowadays for pretty cheap.
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I had fabricated valve covers on my 69 Camaro and had no provisions for the pcv valve so I drilled a hole in the rear of the valve cover on the passenger side so that it wasn't visible. i drilled the hole a little oversized so that I was able to put a grommet in it and it worked fine.
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Do you have a picture of that setup?
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