Re: 66 Chevelle Retirement Project
So now that you have some history, here is where I am today. First, I got a proper plug for the front vent hole. Iím not convinced the brass plug was the correct thread, and could have been my entire problem.
I purchased the BMW Tank Vent System Charcoal Filter from Turner Motorsports. Cost me $280. I went with this because I saw Detroit Speed was using it. I am running a line from the filler vent hole to the 3/8Ē hole of the BMW filter. Then a ľĒ line from the BMW filter to the II Much vent.
I guess I should have mentioned that I used PTFE line from Brown & Miller, they are right down the road in Charlotte and a great bunch to work with. I basically took all my parts down, set them on the counter and said help. They were all over it, less then 30 minutes later I was walking out with the lines cut and AN fittings on them.
I am going to mount the BMW under the body up by the rear seat on the same level as the II Much vent. This is about as high as I can get it.
None of my solutions are cheap, I know that. I have heard guys say they go to the junk yard and grab a charcoal filter, but I have no idea what vehicles or where to find one, so I went this route. I also understand that I am probably applying a lot of over kill. But I have a II Much vent already, so figured I would hook it up. I could probably get by with a roll over vent after the BMW filter.
Hope to have this done over the weekend. Not sure if Iíll be able to get any good pictures but Iíll try.
ACES # 536
1966 Chevrolet Malibu
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