Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: From Ohio, live in Havelock, NC
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Its easy enough to do yourself with parts from the auto parts store. If you look under the hood there is a hard plastic line running from valve cover to valve cover and it connects to the intake on the turbo mouth piece.
All I did was get some 5/8" heater hose, some hose clamps and a T-joint to connect the heater hose together.
Pull the hard plastic line off ( held on with a 10mm bolt on each valve cover) then I cut the hard line on each end. Just leave enough to slide the heater hose over it and clamp it.
Put enough heater hose to go valve cover to valve cover like the stock line did.
Decide where you want to put the T-joint and cut the line and put the joint in.
Connect more heater hose to the T joint and route it under the truck somewhere, a lot of guys slide it into one of the holes in the frame. No oil really comes out b/c its not being sucked out of the line like the turbo did to it.
All in all its pretty simple, I'll get some pics up later to help explain.
2006 Chevy 2500HD LBZ/Allison ECSB 4x4 Greystone metallic
S475, 3" boost tubes, 5" intake, Custom Y-Bridge
Tuning and Transmission by Diesel Addiction . A special thanks to Dustin for all the help.
12.42 @ 106.3 (stock injectors, CP3, and turbo, no drugs!)
7.83 @ 86.2 1/8th
531 RWHP / 940 RWTQ 10/11/08 on Wayne's Dyno in Jville NC