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Dual OCC

Discussion in '8th Gen' started by Marriedtodanger, Jul 15, 2015.

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    Marriedtodanger Uggs for thugs

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    About to order one of these bad boys. Anyone used one?
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    I have this very item installed on my WRX. For the corolla you do not need a dual chamber unit. You can route the pcv valve and the crank case breather to a single chamber model.
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    MacktasticSlick TRD whore with 36,000 posts, bitch

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    Is it really needed on the Corolla at all?
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    Marriedtodanger Uggs for thugs

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    they are custom, so I figured that. I just didn't know how much vaccum is needed per line. All the other 1zz use a dual just figured I would stick with that.
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    Marriedtodanger Uggs for thugs

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    it's probably not needed, but as I slowly turn my motor from a NA 1zz with lots of goodies to a supa-knargged one. It will help boost my my octane a tiny bit by removing access oil vapor. At least that's the idea. I'm the type of guy that likes to go over bored. Not in a redneck autozone performance way, but do you need that fancy lotus part that fits the Corolla, nope but I did it anyway.

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