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Old 04-24-2013, 08:53 AM
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Has ECS f*$ked up?

Updated Valve cover stuffed me, all sorted now - I need some other breather pipe now. Ahh the joys.
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Old 04-24-2013, 09:07 AM
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I purchased a valve cover for my N62 cylinders bank 1-4 from ECS

RealOEM says part no. - 11127563474

The ECS tuning part database comes up with this Home Page > Search > 11127563474 > ES#18617 Valve Cover - Right - 11127563474 and it states that it is for the N62 V8 engine cylinders 1-4 which I ordered but now that I have received it I have noticed that there is nowhere to put the PCV valve.......

The photos which ECS have show no place to put them but considering all the part numbers match I didn't (I should have) take much notice of the small things on the pictures

Am I missing something? Is this an upgrade or is it all just wrong?
There should be a part number on your old valve cover, is the the same as the one you received from ECS?
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Old 04-24-2013, 08:42 PM
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ic the picture,
u r right there is no place to install your ccv diaphram and spring,
but there is the tube so would you just need a new ccv hose?
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Old 04-25-2013, 06:16 AM
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ic the picture,
u r right there is no place to install your ccv diaphram and spring,
but there is the tube so would you just need a new ccv hose?
Yeah I had to order that in the next delivery
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