You should be able to get them from whomever you bought your can from. I know Elite sells them separately. Give Steve a call at Elite and see what he says.
OK, thanks. That makes sense.The OE hose that connects the PCV valve to the intake plenum already has a check valve (built into the quick-connect OE fitting). The quick-connect fittings are removed from the OE hose and re-used with the Elite install (at least it was with my Elite can).
For the base (non-Z51) C7, port B connects to the can inlet, and port A connects to the can outlet. The circled connectors get re-used (in my Elite install) with the new catch can lines.OK, thanks. That makes sense.
So, where the OE hose connects the PCV valve and the port it's other end was connected to at the intake plenum... are these two capped off?
Surely they aren't just left open are they?
I think I'm understanding where everything goes, except for these two ports.
Sometimes a picture isn't worth 1000 words, eh?So the PCV hose remains in place as shown in the pic?
Still not exactly sure which line you are referring to then, but if I didn't mention it in my description, it doesn't get touched.I'm not referring to point A and point B at all...
I',m looking in the picture at the PCV Valve hose still being in place in that last pic.
I'll assume that hose stays in place like it came from the factory...
That was also the way my kit was delivered, and there were no explicit instructions about re-using the OE quick connect fittings.My Elite can did not reuse the OEM quick connect fittings. They sent hose clamps.
I was able to remove the quick coñnect fittings from the OE hose without cutting or otherwise damaging the hose - just twist and pull.I looked at them to see if they would come off without cutting but they don't so I left them in case I need to put it back to stock.