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Old 12-08-2012, 09:42 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Quote: Originally Posted by tunerlover3 View Post
The amount of oil that comes out of the valve cover vent wouldnt be enough to ruin anything IMO. I wasnt talking about putting the vent to the intake manifold.

No, I meant I have my TB capped where the stock PCV hose would normally run. Not the intake manifold, sorry.

I absolutely think it would be enough to contaminate the intake charge, I've seen several cars vent all kinds of nasty shit from the drivers side VC nipple @ WOT on the dyno. I wouldn't want that being fed back into the combustion chamber.
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Old 12-08-2012, 09:52 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Weird. I know some people have had issues but I always assumed that was just issues with getting boost into the valve cover (like a bad PCV or no check valve etc)

Me personally, I never get any oil in my air intake with the vent connected.
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Old 12-09-2012, 12:29 AM   #18 (permalink)
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Quote: Originally Posted by floyd831 View Post
From the way you wrote that, it sounds like you have the check valve between the catch can and valve cover. If that's the case you should move it before the catch can so it's not being pressurized under boost.

The way I basically have it set up is I have my cv replacing my pcv valve
So the hose from the passenger side of the valve cover has the cv and arrow is pointing towards the valve cover, then I just have a hose from my catch can going to throttlebody and hose from drivers side of the valve cover going into the intake...
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Old 12-09-2012, 01:20 AM   #19 (permalink)
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Quote: Originally Posted by ChangeOfHeart View Post
The way I basically have it set up is I have my cv replacing my pcv valve
So the hose from the passenger side of the valve cover has the cv and arrow is pointing towards the valve cover, then I just have a hose from my catch can going to throttlebody and hose from drivers side of the valve cover going into the intake...

Ok, take your check valve out and turn it around to where the arrow opints to the throttle body.

Next, take the hose off your intake pipe, cap off the intake pipe and put a small filter on the nipple of the driver side of the valve cover. Done.
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Can always just run your pcv system like myself and Jt..... To the exhaust lol.
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And run a open dump all the time ^ LOL

I still think you should still test with the vent going to the intake and see if you get any oil in the air intake before changing it. If you dont get oil then leave it, if you do then vent it to atmosphere. Ive always been told its better to vent it to the intake.
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Quote: Originally Posted by LinkLow View Post
Ok, take your check valve out and turn it around to where the arrow opints to the throttle body.

Next, take the hose off your intake pipe, cap off the intake pipe and put a small filter on the nipple of the driver side of the valve cover. Done.

Sorry I totally meant the arrow was pointing towards the tb, that's pretty much how I have my setup^^, I'm going to run with it and see how it goes.
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so my car know has stock pcv valve and hose that goes to the trottlebody nipple with check valve. my driver side valve cover has hose vented to atmosphere. i would like to hook up catch can. can i just block off throttle body nipple and run the pcv line to one side of catch can and other valve cover vent to the other? without check valve?
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