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Crank case ventilation and turbos

Discussion in 'RT/10 and GTS Discussions' started by Lunchbox, Nov 11, 2019.

  1. Lunchbox

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    Does anyone have advice they can lend? I'm finishing up a few things and i'd like to see what others are doing or have done once they remove the factory airbox with hose to the valve covers for crankcase ventilation.

    I've considered running both valve-covers to a vented catch can that has baffles to avoid oil spitting but i'm also losing the ability to pull any vacuum on the valve-covers to pull out vapors. Without the vacuum i'll end up pushing a bit more oil past the rings and losing some power as the rings wont be sealing as well from my understanding.

    I'm running a footwell twin turbo setup and i'm sure as most of you know the space for intakes on turbos is very limited in footwell setups usually with any decent size turbo. So using this as a means to pull vacuum isn't really do-able on the setup i've built.

    Open to ideas and or suggestions!
     
    Last edited: Nov 11, 2019

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