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The PCV valve And new grommet is installed, PCV valve came with a cap to “break off” almost like a model car part. It was used to plug off the extra line.Just plug off the smaller one, it may be for another device that needs/uses vacuum
It will wrap the gauge if I let it run that long 100+. I just called to confirm this ECU is not a High Altitude, but IS a 49 state ECU. Cardone part# 78-4464 (E7TF-KA)High alititude ECMs will be leaner across the board because of thinner air at high altitudes.
How high is the pressure? IIRC the 300 calls for like 65lbs
Um id get a new gauge. At those pressures you would be exploding lines. I dont even think the pump is capable of that.It will wrap the gauge if I let it run that long 100+
I like your “close enough” better than my 100psi, haha. I’ve tried a couple different gauges.. maybe I need to get a true liquid filled and try that.
Apparently it is, lol
I did this already with current and a different gauge. I did not try the whole line set, but I will.Apparently it is, lol
A while back I was testing an FPR and clamped off the return line, I think I got just above 70psi
You could screw gauge on to a tire, same fitting, and see, assuming you know the tire's pressure
I ran a second test, and let truck run for an entire hour. Run time and PSI are as follows:Good stuff
Yes, that was an odd one