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Old 12-05-2013, 12:33 PM
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I think I found an answer...

Run vent line from Aeromotive housing to rollover valve and then to a charcoal canister used on GM power brake lines ($10 solution part # 80195) to a vent-open air...

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Yep- a charcoal canister for power brakes!
Now I get it, not brake LINES, brake booster

Dorman/Brake Booster Filter Part Number: 80195
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I think I found an answer...

Run vent line from Aeromotive housing to rollover valve and then to a charcoal canister used on GM power brake lines ($10 solution part # 80195) to a vent-open air...

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Yep- a charcoal canister for power brakes!
Now I get it, not brake LINES, brake booster

Dorman/Brake Booster Filter Part Number: 80195
Just now getting around to doing this. I can't find any information that says the Dorman 80195 is anything more than a filter. No info that it is a charcoal canister.

Been looking at motorcycle fuel evaporator charcoal canisters and that looks like it might work (smaller, passive).
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Found a motorcycle charcoal canister for California Harley's.

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