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    Quote Originally Posted by Etec225 View Post
    Has anyone else had a boost leak around there BNR throttle body spacer. Mine is leaking on the side of the throttle body I tried replacing the gasket and torquing the bolts but its still leaking a little. Any ideas?
    Is it leaking around the spacer itself, or around the NTP fitting? Mine leaked a bit around the NTP fitting when I first assembled it so I added a boatload more teflon tape and it stopped.
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    Oh, just stick some RTV silicone on it then.
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    Ported the Intake Manifold and while it was out I inspected the PCV chamber and check valve and all looks well. A tad bit of oil residue in the chamber and the check valve. Might be a good idea to clean these components every 20k-30k just to provide some good ol' preventive maintenance. I'm at 7k miles on it now. I'll post a pic up later when I'm finished.
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    I cleaned that area on mine regularly, but it ultimately made no difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XtremeRevolution View Post
    I cleaned that area on mine regularly, but it ultimately made no difference.

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    I believe that if you don't clean that check valve, you provided in your kit, it will eventually not operate properly. I say this only because there is some, but not much, oil building up in the valve. I will disassemble the hardware and clean just for good measure, once a year, or about 20k miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Etec225 View Post
    Did you remove the engine hoist bracket and modify it before installing the Intake manifold with the TB spacer attached? If you do not do this the throttle body will come in contact with the hoist bracket, put your entire intake manifold assembly in a bind and cause a leak... and possibly damage or crack components.
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    Quote Originally Posted by evolizzee View Post
    I believe that if you don't clean that check valve, you provided in your kit, it will eventually not operate properly. I say this only because there is some, but not much, oil building up in the valve. I will disassemble the hardware and clean just for good measure, once a year, or about 20k miles.
    Oh, you mean the check valve from my kit. Got it. Yeah, I'd clean those periodically as well. The valve will probably last a long time, but enough build-up will eventually cause it to stop working. Just the nature of PCV valves.

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    No i didn't do that I wasn't awair that was a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by evolizzee View Post
    Did you remove the engine hoist bracket and modify it before installing the Intake manifold with the TB spacer attached? If you do not do this the throttle body will come in contact with the hoist bracket, put your entire intake manifold assembly in a bind and cause a leak... and possibly damage or crack components.
    No I didn't. I wasn't aware that was a problem.
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