Do I need the liquid check valve?

WildTurkeycj8

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LT1 swap, doing away with the original charcoal canister and pollution stuff.

I have a rollover check valve.

Do I still need a liquid check valve? Mine was worn out and damaged.

I have the 15 gallon tank with the two vent hoses that originally went to the liquid check valve. I was thinking I would just tee those together from the tank and then run that hose to the DeLorean rollover check valve I have. Good or bad idea?

Let me know if you need any other info about my setup.

Thanks!

-Mike
 

WildTurkeycj8

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Oh, yeah...one more question:

Am I setting myself up for fuel fumes? The rollover check valve is going to be mounted in the stock location in the driver rear corner under the tub, but I'm wondering if I need to run it through some kind of charcoal filter or something to minimize the fumes.

Thanks again...
 

mysunnshine

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AZ
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Oh, yeah...one more question:

Am I setting myself up for fuel fumes? The rollover check valve is going to be mounted in the stock location in the driver rear corner under the tub, but I'm wondering if I need to run it through some kind of charcoal filter or something to minimize the fumes.

Thanks again...
Yes...Without the canister, you will smell fumes just like the good old days when the cars had open tank vents-
 
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