PCV And OTRCAI
Getting ready to glass my otrcai. Concerned about pcv with this setup. I have ordered an oil catch can that has a breather on top. I wanted to delete the pcv and just vent each side with a 3/8" hose. One coming from the driver side valve cover and one coming from the valley cover vent-then cap everything else. Had an idea to tee them together, run the third line on the tee to the catch can and then let the outlet line from the catch can vent near bottom of the car. On the other hand, I could just run the valley cover outlet into the catch can and run the other line from there back into the intake manifold and call it good. I dont want to find any more oil on the back of my throttle body; and also, I would prefer to simply get only clean air into my intake manifold. If I can just vent both sides do I still need to get fresh air input into the fitting on the passenger side valve cover, or can I just cap that? I've done lots of searching on this and all the forum postings I have read and re-read generate LOTS of differing opinions on what to best do with the pcv. Another thing I've noticed is that guys who keep the fresh air from the intake have to install some 3/8" fitting into their silicone intake hoses between the maf and the throttle body. I'd rather see a cleaner look to my setup, but if the fresh air line is absolutely necessary then I will just do that. Thanks for your help in advance!
06 GTO: GMPP Ported LS3 heads, CamMotion Custom Grind Cam, 102/102, OTRCAI, JBA longtubes & catless mids, 3600 Vigilante T/C, G-Force Engineering Drive Shaft, Driveshaft Shop Rear Axles.
95 Z - Intake, Exhaust, Cooling, 3.73 gears, PCM tuned.