And by the way, tossing a breather on each valve cover will help out greatly. You can use a regular breather, or weld some bungs up and run them both to a catch can.
Edit: Another alternative is what I will be having fabbed up in the future. I will run two valve covers breathers to it as well as my crankcase vent line.
Last edited by MagnumRT05; 05-13-2011 at 03:57 PM.
Just my sillyness... Shouldnt these systems come with a solution for this??
man that catch can look great for this mess
I'm thinking to close the hole in manifold that draw to PCV and i will replace the PCV with fitting that draw to the catch can with breather
after this day no need for PCV
Both mine go to catchcans, one with a breather
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hope this solution will help
any suggests ?
Put a second straight through pcv valve in the line between manifold and stock pcv. Throw that filter away, attach a catch can off the vent line fitting, and attach other line off catch can somewhere between air filter and compressor inlet so you are always pulling vacuum through catch can. In 5 years have never blown oil like that.
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