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Author Subject: Hose location on throttle bodies
sergioiacobucci

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Post #1
Hi All,

Sorry feel like I'm hammering you all with questions at the moment! I have had a look through some project threads but I cannot seem to find the info I need on this. I am researching what to do with the following:



Hose 1

Bear in mind I am keeping the original fuel rail. I have no idea what I should do with this? Add a barb onto the new inlet and pipe it to there?

Hose 2

I have seen that this usually goes to an Oil Catch Can so I am getting one of those made up.

Hose 3

Really not sure where this goes and what to do with it?

I'll be honest I do not know what hoses 2&3 even do so will need some background info if possible Smile

Appreciate the help as always Thumbs up

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Posted 30th Dec 2016 at 18:13
welshpug!

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Post #2
1- leave it off.

2 - direct the bend that goes to the throttle body into a suitable container (mind you I never had anything on the end of mine and had nothing come out of it, I left the valve inline) its an oil breather

3- take it off at the tee piece. its a vacuum pipe for the servo, not sure why there is a pipe to the throttle body, works fine from just the pump to the servo.

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Posted 30th Dec 2016 at 19:01
sergioiacobucci

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welshpug! wrote:
1- leave it off.

2 - direct the bend that goes to the throttle body into a suitable container (mind you I never had anything on the end of mine and had nothing come out of it, I left the valve inline) its an oil breather

3- take it off at the tee piece. its a vacuum pipe for the servo, not sure why there is a pipe to the throttle body, works fine from just the pump to the servo.


Thanks WP, useful response as always!!

Sorry what do you mean by 'take it off at the tee piece'? Do you mean remove the pipe that's attached to the inlet manifold and leave it off?

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Posted 30th Dec 2016 at 20:14
welshpug!

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Post #4
follow the pipe back from the inlet, you'll fine a tee piece, disconnect it there.

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Posted 30th Dec 2016 at 20:29
sergioiacobucci

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welshpug! wrote:
follow the pipe back from the inlet, you'll fine a tee piece, disconnect it there.


ok perfect thanks!

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Posted 30th Dec 2016 at 20:33
sergioiacobucci

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Post #6
Ok the inlet manifold is now off Smile

Took the vacuum hose off at the T piece, I guess this is a one way valve?

There was a hose going into the throttle body that was located underneath, does anyone know what I should do with this?

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Posted 7th Jan 2017 at 17:36
blandy

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Post #7
You should end up with a single piece of hose from the vacuum pump to the servo

Not the best pic by far but you'll see I have a piece of hose comming from the vac pump which goes strait to the servo. Also the fuel pressure reg on the end of the rail has no hose connected to the little outlet as per standard

Posted 7th Jan 2017 at 18:15
sergioiacobucci

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Post #8
blandy wrote:
You should end up with a single piece of hose from the vacuum pump to the servo


Sorry bud I am not sure I know exactly what you mean, I'm not with the car right now though so maybe I would get it if I was looking at the engine

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Posted 7th Jan 2017 at 18:14
blandy

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Just added a pic above.
Posted 7th Jan 2017 at 18:15
sergioiacobucci

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Post #10
Thanks mate I think I can see what you mean now, I'll double check on mine and come back if I have more questions

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Posted 7th Jan 2017 at 18:27
blandy

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Done done on mine today so got another pic. You can see clearly on this one where the hose is

Posted 8th Jan 2017 at 20:12
sergioiacobucci

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Perfect thank you Blandy! I am going to crck it out tomorrow i guess you just got rid of the tee piece altogether and went straight to servo?

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Posted 9th Jan 2017 at 07:20
blandy

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yep everything else went in the bin
Posted 9th Jan 2017 at 10:38
sergioiacobucci

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blandy wrote:
yep everything else went in the bin


Sounds perfect

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Posted 9th Jan 2017 at 10:39

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