Why a gasoline engine may need a tunable PCV valve. Aired 1/29/22February 5, 2022
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This week the Hot Rod Farmer, Ray Bohacz, introduces a new segment to the show called Getting to Know. In this premier episode, Gene Wagner from M/E Wagner Performance, explains how the company’s tunable PCV valve was developed and why some engines on the farm may need it. In the Under the Sheetmetal segment, how to accurately check a ground circuit is covered.
Success on the farm or ranch requires efficient machinery. I am Ray Bohacz, the Hot Rod Farmer from New Jersey, and I want to help you maximize the reliability of your equipment.
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