|Originally posted by Mavrick1798:|
I read a while ago that someone found a way to combine vacuum lines and delete others so all systems still worked but there were less lines running under plenum. I think it included relocation of the EGR solenoid to the driver side of the engine compartment. Was wondering if someone had done something similar to this and could shed some light on what to do exactly? Thanks!
Go for it! These kind of changes and relocation of components are done all the time. Look up any 3800 conversions. SkiTime & many others were masters at cleaning up an engine compartment of clutter. Before you begin everything should be operating by the book and Just make sure you understand how things work before diving in. Examine everything you take apart carefully as well as the new parts your putting in.
You can do this.. Remember GM use to run 2 heater hoses to the front of the Fiero and somebody figured out later that 1 hose could do as well.
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