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Old 11-11-2007, 06:49 PM
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Listen here you SOB, oh wait that is what she said...nevermind
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i found some old Pics of the previous setup that I first had
if you want to be able to return to stock DO THIS , However I did not like this method, Simply because it would leak a bit out of the 90 no matter how tight I got the clamp
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I bet that the reason that no oil is coming out the new PCV has somehting to do with the intake that KB is talking about in the other thread. The stock PCV is under so much negative pressure from the turbo trying to pull in air that it also pulls oil from the case.

I'm going to do this mod next time I change oil.

Any ideas on how to clean the oil off the charger, or does it even make a difference?
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Old 11-12-2007, 06:14 AM
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Cleaning the inside is probably pointless. You will most likely add contamination to the system in the process.

Outside a good douche with engine degreaser and it will look like brand new!!
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I bet that the reason that no oil is coming out the new PCV has somehting to do with the intake that KB is talking about in the other thread. The stock PCV is under so much negative pressure from the turbo trying to pull in air that it also pulls oil from the case.

I'm going to do this mod next time I change oil.

Any ideas on how to clean the oil off the charger, or does it even make a difference?

craig
my hose has a positive pressure on it, maybe 0.5 psi but its positive, and it increases
i never get any drips on the driveway,but you can see that there is oil in the line

This mod, coupled with the EGR blocker will help keep the inside much cleaner!
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On a side note, you may want to route your hose so that it doesn't come out into your D/S fender well or under the door.

Mine stinks whenever I'm at a drive thru window!!
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my hose has a positive pressure on it, maybe 0.5 psi but its positive, and it increases
i never get any drips on the driveway,but you can see that there is oil in the line

This mod, coupled with the EGR blocker will help keep the inside much cleaner!
When I installed the modded turbo inlet the other day I had to pull apart my pcv re-route job to get it in. I noticed that there was some oil residue in the hoses I pulled off, But I do not have any evidence of leaking in the garage or on the driveway.
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I bet that the reason that no oil is coming out the new PCV has somehting to do with the intake that KB is talking about in the other thread. The stock PCV is under so much negative pressure from the turbo trying to pull in air that it also pulls oil from the case.

I'm going to do this mod next time I change oil.

Any ideas on how to clean the oil off the charger, or does it even make a difference?
Try acetone on a rag. Its just oil so if any was able to get "free" and enter the engine you have no worrys. Becareful with the compressor it is more fragile than you would think.
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I bet that the reason that no oil is coming out the new PCV has somehting to do with the intake that KB is talking about in the other thread. The stock PCV is under so much negative pressure from the turbo trying to pull in air that it also pulls oil from the case.

I'm going to do this mod next time I change oil.

Any ideas on how to clean the oil off the charger, or does it even make a difference?
Do you think there will be a lot of neg. pressure at the pcv hook up point? I am thinking the restriction is between compressor of the turbo and the pcv hookup point. I do realize that oil is part of the air being passed to the compressor by way of the stock pcv arrangement. I also realize that air passing through the intake creates a draw from the pcv bung. Just wondering.
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Do you think there will be a lot of neg. pressure at the pcv hook up point? I am thinking the restriction is between compressor of the turbo and the pcv hookup point. I do realize that oil is part of the air being passed to the compressor by way of the stock pcv arrangement. I also realize that air passing through the intake creates a draw from the pcv bung. Just wondering.
there is not enough oil residue present to indicate that a significnt amount is being pulled thru.
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Update-My hose does leak oil. I will post a pic when I get back to the real world. It's not much, but be aware-you may have a little oil dripping out of it after extended periods of idle such as winter warm-ups.
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Do you think there will be a lot of neg. pressure at the pcv hook up point? I am thinking the restriction is between compressor of the turbo and the pcv hookup point. I do realize that oil is part of the air being passed to the compressor by way of the stock pcv arrangement. I also realize that air passing through the intake creates a draw from the pcv bung. Just wondering.
there is - press ya? is it needed? IMO no!
Lb7 dont need it it vents fien without the - pressure unless it freezes shut
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there is - press ya? is it needed? IMO no!
Lb7 dont need it it vents fien without the - pressure unless it freezes shut
Whats that Kurt??
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