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What can I remove for my turbo install

I have a b18 with b16 head. It is a turbocharged application. I'm wanting to know what I can deleted, or bypass to clean up the bay. I don't want to effect the The performance, or the reliability of the vehicle.

(For example, deleting the pcv system.)

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What kind of power levels do you or will you have?

If anything, you'll need to get rid of the factory PCV system and make your own. You're going to have excessive crankcase pressure (depending on your power levels) that'll need to vent to a oil catch can of some sort. This would involve tapping -AN fittings to your valve cover and running lines to the catch can, and/or purchasing block fittings for the back of your block, and running lines to the catch can.

You looking to keep power steering or A/C? If not, those can get removed. ABS? Are you looking to do a complete wire tuck?





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What kind of power levels do you or will you have?

If anything, you'll need to get rid of the factory PCV system and make your own. You're going to have excessive crankcase pressure (depending on your power levels) that'll need to vent to a oil catch can of some sort. This would involve tapping -AN fittings to your valve cover and running lines to the catch can, and/or purchasing block fittings for the back of your block, and running lines to the catch can.

You looking to keep power steering or A/C? If not, those can get removed. ABS? Are you looking to do a complete wire tuck?


Already have a dual catch can. Looking between 550/600hp
Already deleted the PS and AC & all the components with them.
Just want the minimal in the engine bay.
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If you already have those items removed, then it's really up to you on how far you want to go with it. You can tuck the brake lines & prop valve, and do a full wire tuck.

For me, I left the essentials, and decided not to go too crazy. I left the brake lines & prop valve in place against the firewall, and did a mild wire tuck.

For reference, here's a pic of my bay. You can see what stayed and what got removed. It's really personal preference and how much time you want to put into it.

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