PCV Valve Cover Breather
Earl's Valve Cover Breathers and PCV Breathers are precision machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum, come complete with a rubber grommet, and require a minimum hole diameter of 1.22". Now you can eliminate that unsightly oil cap, rusty chrome breather, and PCV valve!
Valve Cover Breathers feature a mill finish and unique dual baffle design to eliminate oil blowing out of breather. Can replace existing push-in breathers.
PCV Valve Cover Breathers feature a matching appearance to the Earl's Breather with a PCV valve hidden inside. Available with either 3/8" slip-on hose connection or -6AN hose end. Can replace existing push-in or twist-in breather.
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