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Group Buy - Adjustable PCV valve

Hello all,

I have been having issues with finding the correct PCV valve for my 408w setup. In doing some research, I came across the M/E Wagner Adjustable PCV Valve which has several rave reviews on a number of other forums.

I Contacted M/E and they are willing to offer a 25% discount with free shipping(US)(19.95$ flat rate for Canadian customers, 24.95$ for international) if we can get together a minimum of 8 separate orders.

These PCV's are fully-adjustable to any engine combo and also re-buildable which means it will be the last PCV valve we will ever have to buy. No more guess work or scrounging around trying to find a PCV valve that will work with your engine combo (regardless of how radical it is). I have no personal experience with these PCV valves, and am basing my own decision to buy one off of all of the very positive forum reviews and magazine articles.

Please visit the M/E Wagner website for all of the specific information about their PCV valve - I am definitely not the one to ask about the technical specs - simply trying to facilitate a better deal for any interested VMF members.

This group offer is available until May 12, 2017, when I will be sending the list to Gene at M/E Wagner.

If interested, you must send me a PM with your:
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On Friday of next week, I will send all of the names to Gene and he has indicated that he will then proceed to send a paypal invoice to each customer via their e-mail. This does not mean that you have to use paypal or even have a paypal account - you can use your visa directly to M/E. Here's to hoping that we can come up with 8 orders!

Have a good one.
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I am in, PM has been sent. Thanks for putting forth the effort and taking the time to do this.
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Dang, I just bought one last month...it works great!
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You won't find a better vendor than the Wagner guys. I've found them very willing to help out when a persons car is outside the regular parameters. I'm not surprised they are offering a group discount.

For stock engines, their product my not be as helpful, but for the modified cars, it's nice to have a tunable option for a PCV valve.

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Dang, just bought one! But great deal and everyone should get it.


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Just added my name to the list, looking forward to hearing from the wagner people !!. Thanks........
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I'm in.

I have no idea what it does or if i need a new one... but this one sounds great.

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I've had mine for almost 2 years after some tuning all the plugs are now clean.
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Thanks all - looking good so far. Just a couple more and we will be there.

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I thought the price you listed in your post ($19.99/$24.99) was the price for the valve. I wondered why there was a need for 25% discount/free shipping until I went to website and saw they are $129.00 bucks. Ouch. I guess the discount and shipping IS a big discount. I need to learn more about that valve...not sure how it would help me. I do have a motor that has low vacuum #s at idle...it has a fat cam and some head work, How will this valve help me? I scanned the site...but school me please....
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I thought the price you listed in your post ($19.99/$24.99) was the price for the valve. I wondered why there was a need for 25% discount/free shipping until I went to website and saw they are $129.00 bucks. Ouch. I guess the discount and shipping IS a big discount. I need to learn more about that valve...not sure how it would help me. I do have a motor that has low vacuum #s at idle...it has a fat cam and some head work, How will this valve help me? I scanned the site...but school me please....
Here, you will find plenty of information there.

https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q...v+valve&spf=75
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I had a difficult time finding a valve for my setup. I was considering this a while back. But didn't want to spend the $130+shipping ($150). This is a great deal for under $100!


There website has a lot of good info. I would recommend reading it all.

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Thanks to all those participating and commenting. Just an update to all those participating that we have met the minimum 8 orders - therefore we will be able to proceed with the group order and getting the 25% off.

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i dont understand why do all this for a PCV valve.

Cant you get em OTC.

OEMS were good for 50K. at tune up time then soak em in kerosene and add another 50K

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