Civic Jordan 276
- Jan 3, 2010
your jordans amazin mate, wish my engine bay looked so clean! good job on the manifold aswell i did half off mine and then gave up and heat wrapped instead lol.
It's below the canister mate, you will realise which one when you come to remove it
yeah you could vent it to what ever you want dude, at the end of the day even if you vent it to your breather setup, it will be vented to atmosphere through your breather filter as you wont be recirculating the spent gas in any way!
looks like a good breather setup Tama
Just did not want to gas myself to death in the cabin, did you ever have fume issues with the evap removed and venting to atmosphere from that filter, entering the cabin at all? Or non-issue?
thank you for your help buddy.
just had a long read through your class build. i'm with you on the n1 pulley, fitted mine recently after a lot of reading on the pros and cons. couldn't find one definate answer that the n1 pulley caused the damage to some oil pumps etc.
people were blaming the n1 pulley because it made sense to them. as you mentioned its balanced from factory not some cheaply made copy
If you dont know what harmonic vibrations are and how they come about, read this.
It will then make sense.
Harmonic balancer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hopefully you will be able to make sense as to why most vehicle manufacturers put a harmonic pulley on there cars.
Oh nice car by the way.
Jimbo, sorry man, last question on the evap...
there is a pipe from the evap named TANK and a hose hooked up to that, should I plug that up or vent that as well as the tube after that "filter" for the evap system?
sorry again... iou.