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Tech Tip - 283 Valve Covers on a 350 Engine
#669144 Tue Aug 10 2010 01:20 AM
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Here is one solution to running early sealed valve covers on a later small block not having the road draft tube for crankcase venting. Most installations of this type Iíve seen have a hole punched in the top or side of the valve cover spoiling the cosmetic effect, or the smog hose connected to the oil fill tube just below the breather cap where it doesnít vent the crankcase properly.

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Re: Tech Tip - 283 Valve Covers on a 350 Engine
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