Yeah, all them "plug the silencer port!" Guys would be humping your leg. Get dem vids up man!
How did you work out pcv?
That 90° turn has basically no effect on anything. But yes I did consider routing it to the driver's side. There will eventually be a turbo over there, so it would be just as crowded.
That really doesn't have anything to do with a forced induction system under pressure. I expected to see a bigger difference than he showed in that situation.I think you need to watch this video. If you MUST have a 90* bend in the system, it should be a sweeping 90*. Your 90* bend has the airflow smashing into a wall which will seriously disrupt airflow/velocity which you want to improve by having the most straight runs/as little bends in your system as possible.
For a couple reasons.Are you serious? If it doesn't, then how come ZERO fabricators make there systems with hard 90's?
It is hard to make a 90?For a couple reasons.
It's more difficult to make the sharp 90 like I did. Time consuming and expensive.
People that see it lose their minds because they think it's some huge restriction.
Absolutely it's difficult to do. It probably took me at least a half hour to make that joint, and that's after I had everything set up for it. A sweeping 90.....take it out of the box, pull off the protective foam and done.It is hard to make a 90?
You take a straight piece of pipe, cut it on a 45 degree angle, then weld the 2 45's together, and surprise......you have a hard 90. There is nothing expensive or time consuming about it.
If you can weld and fabricate like you can, surely you can figure out a better way to make a sweeping 90 degree bend vs a hard 90. Having air running into that spots will not only cause a pressure drop, it will create unnecessary turbulence.