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Old 10-15-2010, 10:44 AM   #1
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Default 2.5 short block into wrx, Breather question

I am swapping a 2.5 short block into a wrx. There is an additional crank case breather right below the throttle body (just to the right of where the cases meet up). I would like to know what to do with it. The wrx breather system doesnt have anything for it.

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if using wrx heads plug it.
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if using wrx heads plug it.
Do not plug it!


Do a search on the subject. This breather Topic has been covered many many times. Search the built motor forum
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assuming we are speaking about the same thing as I have been mistaken before, and for track use I would probably agree but plan to cross that bridge when we come to it.

both of mine are plugged including the 500hp gc racecar...granted we have yet to take her to the track
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