Has anyone T’d their PCV into their power brake vacuum connection?
Long story, but I had to remove the 1/2” carb spacer to which I added a vacuum port for the PCV valve. The only other available port on my Performer RPM intake is at the #7 cylinder port. I’m afraid this will kill that cylinder.
Was thinking I may T the PCV into the same vacuum port, at rear of the carb, as the power brakes.
NOTE: I get only 11” of vacuum with my cam.
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I tried something like that a long time ago on my 1st car. I'll bet you that you will end up with no power assist for the brakes like I did.
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I think I'd be more inclined to use the no7 port for the brakes and the one on the base for the pcv. I've run the pcv into the 7 port before without issue but it's reall going to depend on how much oil goes through your pcv.