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CCV mod kits worth it?

I've been researching for the past few days on CCV mods and have more or less figured out what I want/want to try. I have seen a few kits for various amounts, as well as the INTENSE arguments over them on other forum sites.

I would like to know if there is a 4" coupler, that replaces the stock piece where the CCV connects, that has other ports. (ie. for the heat sensor and the filter pressure deal). Should they even be connected to anything really? They're just ziptied together in the bay next to my intake.

Where can I get a kit for a decent price and/or where can I find 3/4" heater hose for a decent price?


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Talk to your local Napa or Car Quest or other parts store about a price on a full box of 3/4" heater hose, bulk hose. You can also try Amazon, eBay, Rock Auto, Summit, or a host of other sources, maybe even Tractor Supply or Grainger, just ask around.

You can buy 4" exhaust tubing 4" silicone hose, and a host of other odds and ends if you look around those sources too.

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