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Can I Relocate The PCV Air Invlet Line from the Air Tube into the Air Box?

You will keep it from working right. The PCV flow should go from the valve cover (usually) to an under-vacuum part of the inlet. The valve responds to the vacuum to let in less blow-by gasses during ...
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Can I Relocate The PCV Air Invlet Line from the Air Tube into the Air Box?

In a word: No. You won't gain any performance or efficiency by changing the location of the PCV air inlet line. While I'm not sure exactly what you're trying to do (details are lacking in your ...
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A MAP sensor small piece of plastic and a nipple fell into intake

You definitely need to retrieve that part out of the intake of your engine. One way or the other it's going to get into the valves or all the way into the combustion chamber and there is a distinct ...
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Do carburetors protect intake valves from carbon deposits?

Not carbs per-se but the process of having relatively cool fuel coming into the intake port and cooling the intake valve stem. Both carbureted and throttle-body fuel injected engines have no issues ...
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Clear oily fluid collects in intake silencer baffle

I may have just realized the answer to my own question: It was likely SeaFoam that didn't make it past the throttle body. I forgot that I did a SeaFoam treatment a few months ago. The point at ...
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