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Found it while installing a catch can. Catch can IN was ran to the valley covor, out was ran to SC, hope it's right. Ran 3/8 hoses should they be clamped at the motor?
 

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Mine isn’t capped, I have a brown foam over that port. Dirty side of can to valley plate, clean side to the blower
 

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Hose routing is right, as long as the hoses are good and tight no need for clamps technically, most do use small work gear clamps as extra precaution
 

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Dammit tomorrow I may have to make another catch can bracket. I don't think the hose has enough slack for motor vibration. It's mounted next to the air box. May have to add 1 1/2' to the bracket for hose flex.
 

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On second though I should be able to get away with cutting the wire ties that I use to bind them to the other hoses.
 
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