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    Any one know what vac line feeds all cylinders? Is it the brake vac line?

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    You want to put it in a spray bottle and just mist it into the intake.
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    thanks camoit!

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    Brake booster only really feeds the 4th cylinder, atleast on a 2.0. I had to use a vacuum line in the middle of the intake manifold to make sure it was distributed evenly into all cylinders
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