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Old 04-03-2012, 02:00 PM   #68
kellygnsd
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Location: Rancho C
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2007 2.34LR, EFR7670
LINK G4 hybrid STi

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Originally Posted by CorneliusRox View Post
Dont even bother running a catch can. Just vent them all to air, or if you really want to run a catch can, run check valves, and either two or them in opposite directions (to actually catch most of the junk based on vacuum or boost), or a separator plate style one.

I am just going to vent to air personally though as my direct injection doesnt allow fuel to clean my valves when the PCV crap coats them...


Definitely a fun looking build though! Keep it up Levon
If you track your car or drive aggressively in the twisties you will have an oily mess if you vent them all to atmosphere.

Layvon, the center crankcase breather gets T'd into the forward most vents on your heads. These vents are unbaffled. Any catch can or AOS setup gets hooked up to the other two head vents and the baffled crankcase vent where the pvc valve goes.

The unbaffled vents will slosh out oil a lot easier than the baffled ones.
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