When you run a Holley with power brakes AND a pvc valve, should you use a "tee"? There's only one vacuum fiting. I need all the vacuum that I can get.... does putting the pvc valve in the "tee" reduce the vacuum?
if it's just going to the pcv valve i don't think you will hurt anything vac is pretty much the same if im not wrong. do you have a ported vac on the carb if so use it for the pcv valve and your intake manifold vac for your brakes. ????
Brake boosters are what the manifold port is for. I was told that a T setup can allow crankcase vapors (oil) into the brake booster, not good. GM even used a check valve on some lines to the boosters supposedly for this reason.
A buddy of mine drilled and tapped his victor Jr for a manifold fitting for the same reasons you have. Worked and looked fine and it only took him 15 minutes.
Of course the manifold was off the car at the time.
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