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    catch can question.

    So where and how are you guys running yours cus oil is going everywhere, my tb and intake do not have a port to attach to there are 2 holes on the intake just behind the throttle body, one is for the evap which is tuned out and the other idk what its for, ls3 tb, Holley high ram intake. I would post pics but my photobucket went full retard.
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    No lines from the valve rocker covers to the intake manifold.
    That will cause pressure.

    Drill tap weld whatever, 1/2" fittings to the rocker covers and to a catch can. Vent the top of the catch can; with a small filter.
    Done. Simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmtruc View Post
    No lines from the valve rocker covers to the intake manifold.
    That will cause pressure.

    Drill tap weld whatever, 1/2" fittings to the rocker covers and to a catch can. Vent the top of the catch can; with a small filter.
    Done. Simple.
    Can I just use the ports that are already on the valve covers?
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    The difference between winning and losing, is having a 2nd stage.
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    if you want, but they are small.

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    Ok well thatll get me by, cant drive it right now until I fex that. I got some extra valve covers I can get worked on.
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    AZRAEL
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    The difference between winning and losing, is having a 2nd stage.
    Quote Originally Posted by A PATRIOT View Post
    "MOLON LABE"

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    FYI a motor shouldn't have oil going everywhere unless something is wrong.

    in all of the motors ive ran or been part of, only time ive had oil or etc in them besides condensation is when I either lifted a head, vented the block
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    it ain't that I'm too big to listen to the rumors, It's just that I'm too damn big to pay attention to 'em..That's the difference

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    Its blowing out of the hole that usually is hooked up to the tb, it has no where to go right now.
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    AZRAEL
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    The difference between winning and losing, is having a 2nd stage.
    Quote Originally Posted by A PATRIOT View Post
    "MOLON LABE"

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    I just bypassed that hose that runs from valve cover to TB on my camaro and it works great catches plenty of oil.

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    What do you mean by passed?
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    The difference between winning and losing, is having a 2nd stage.
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    "MOLON LABE"

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    Well on the camaro same as on the truck
    The plastic hard line running from (PVC) driver valve cover to intake or TB
    I ran a catch can in between in other words
    Man I'm glad I did this...keep the engine clean for sure !

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