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post #6 of (permalink) Old January 10th, 2017, 12:43
Gandalf
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I'm one for ditching the recirc altogether... cap it... no need to buy much of anything, and less chance of leaks.
Better yet, take it to a TIG welding shop, have them remove the BOV bung and weld a section in to clean things up aesthetically and better flow. Do you have a boost gauge? If not, can have them weld in a plate tapped for a boost line instead.

Cap the intake bung... until you upgrade the intake

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