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    Default Billet valve cover vents?

    are they made? who has them?
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    Billet Specialties has some.
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    looking for the threaded type to attach to a puke tank
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Thomas View Post
    looking for the threaded type to attach to a puke tank
    If you're looking for something to go in the puke tank, you can just use a bulkhead fitting. If you're looking for something to go into the valve cover there is always this.
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    Bob, The part in your pic could work. Is that a production piece or something you made up
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Thomas View Post
    Bob, The part in your pic could work. Is that a production piece or something you made up
    Its a production piece. But if I tell you where to get it....I'd have to kill you.

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    Bob,

    You always seem to know where to find the cool stuff....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fdlock890 View Post
    Bob,

    You always seem to know where to find the cool stuff....

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    I have the nice smooth cast ones (181100) internally baffled. Have not seen any billet on the market.

    New puke tanks also have billet breathers now (not cast) and billet brackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich s View Post
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    IMCO makes the threaded kind as well. We have those in stock. Here are a few engine pics of what is common breathing for us. Alot of time you can just use two valve covers with oil cap threads. Remove the caps and install -16 or -20 fittings, then just plumb a line to a remote breather. If you do this it looks cleaner and one less seam to potentially leak. Enjoy😉


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