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    where does this shit go...

    is their a diagram where all the hoses that go from the valve covers, throttle body to other places etc? I can't find a diagram anywhere for a NA.

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    You should label stuff when you take it apart until you know where it goes. Front left valve cover goes to intake manifold. Front right goes to right rear. rear left goes to intake hose after the MAS. That's the PCV hoses.

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    If you can't find what you need in the manual I've got some pics of a recent engine R&R I did they might help.

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    Should find the rest here.

    http://www.3sx.com/faq/manuals/

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    Oh yeah you can get rid of some of that "shit" with vacuum reduction.

    http://www.3si.org/wiki/index.php/Vacuum_Reduction

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    that would help alot if you could post up pics of where all the grounds and hoses go.

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    Isn't there a diagram on the underside of your hood? It is all in the above referenced manuals.
    vacdiag.jpg

    The ground strap goes to one of the bolts holding the throttle cable to the manifold (unless I have mine hooked up wrong, shouldn't really matter).

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    Hoses, grounds and others

    It makes more sence to learn what these hoses and grounds are for and what they do. Than you will never have an issue about ware they go. It's not hard at all. Almost nothing to an NA at all. It will also help you later on when stuff is not working correctly.
    So don't just look at the pictures of the plumbing. That does you no good at all. Do your home work, read the manual and you will be a master in know time.

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