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Old 01-08-2013, 11:38 AM
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Default Problem solved -envalve installed

I ran across a product on the internet called a "envalve". It replaces the PCV valve and was guaranteed to stop blowby (my car engine had been converted to a open PCV system before I bought it). So, for $50.00 I thought it was worth a try. I installed it last week and have had absolutely no blowby since. I'm not an engineer, so can't say how or why it works. However, I did have to convert my open PCV system to a closed system during install or the product would not operate properly according to the install instructions that came with the valve. Anyway, my car instantly ran smoother and idled better. After a few 20 mile trips around town and on the freeway, NO blowby. Just wanted to pass this information along-hope this can help someone in the future. Thank you all for your suggestions.
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:34 PM
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Charles - thanks for posting your solution. Never heard of the En-valve but will definitely consider it for future needs.


Here's a link to their web site for anyone interested.
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