what about using a BHW valve cover ? it would point the pvc outlet toward the TIP in your application... or a BRM VC ... pvc outlet is right rear and may it be easier to tuck the hose around to your inlet.... it also has the oil fill on the timing belt end so service may be a bit easier... there is a vacuum nipple though, not really sure what that operates in the VC itselfHave not figured out a nice clean way to get a hose from the vent to the airbox.
The Jeep has been running great and lots of power to pull the JKU around even on 33" tires.
Finally did a mileage check and the last tank was 31 mpg (imperial) which I think is much better than the V6 that was in the JK.
The thing we notice the most is the added bottom end torque.
The 3.8 V6 was gutless at the bottom end and we were always stalling it.
I was having a problem figuring out an intercooler solution for the JK and had bought a water to air unit but since this is a DD for my daughter I wanted it simple and reliable.
I found that there is an aftermarket intercooler kit for the stock JK V6 when you super charge it. I was able to duplicate that install with MUCH cheaper parts off the net.
My go-to supplier CX Racing had all the parts and installation went quick and looks good.
Also got the dlownpipe welded up.