Nice. I have attempted in the past but with no luck. Now that I know it can be done I'll just keep at it until I can snake the scope down to a valve or two.Yes. Pulled out the sensor on the front of the intake manifold and was able to snake borescope down to one cylinder.
I think it should. Honestly, I was going to try and fit my scope head through that PCV port on the IM that attaches to the catch can. One would think that would be the easiest place to fit a larger boroscope head. The only issue is that its a ***** and a half to remove the PCV hose that is attached to the IM because the clip is in such an inconvenient location. But I will give it a try this weekend as I am still trying to capture photos of my valves. I have had no luck yet with my boroscope head navigating all the way to the valves from the front of the IM port.Will the scope go down where the hose is in the manifold? The one that attaches to one of the ports to the catch can?
Stock boost is around 14-15 psi right? Ive seen light tunes that only raise boost by about 4psi, so would that still be safe then without a catch can?As long as you're not running boost far beyond OEM specifications, there's not much of a problem. When you start pushing over 21 psi regularly is when more blowby begins along with more oil dilution that will turn into carbon on the intake valves, TB and intake tube.
If you're planning to raise the boost beyond OEM levels, install a CC on both the PCV and Intake sides like below;
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No, you don’t need to blast it with walnuts. This is only required in extreme carbonized valves .@30,500 miles.
Always costco top tier 93 octane gasoline
Always running some kind of fuel additive: Marvel Mystery Oil, Redline SI, Lucas Upper Cyllinder blah zay blah zay
Boomba PCV Catch Can
Always driving like a hooligan.
Have done at least 3 to 4 CRC Valve Intake Cleaner sprays in car's life.
Could only manage to get down to Intake Valve for Cylinder #2.
LOOK WHOS GONNA BE BLASTING SOME WALNUTS!!!!!
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Bless... The book makes it look like a crazy job and certain bolts around the manifold look unreachable but apparently not!The intake manifold takes about 15 minutes to remove
No, you don’t need to blast it with walnuts. This is only required in extreme carbonized valves .
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