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Old 05-01-2006, 08:42 PM
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BTW is this for modded VQ's or is this suggested for stock VQ's as well?
This simple mod is all engines regardless of mods.
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If you look at where the oil pools, in the plenum. Its scary to me on a N/A engine that may be road raced or drag raced in the fact" that the oil will move to the back runners and just dump or be sucked up in the cylinders. Oil will drop octane big time and then death rattle accrues, ECU pulls timing, nothing here is positive on a performance stand point. On a F/I engine the problem is 20 times worse because of the cylinder pressures and blow by the ring gases.The PVC valve is over whelmed with blow by gases and oil in most modern day engines. Have you ever wondered why damn nearer all TT have lost number 4,5,6, cylinders when the engine blew. Oil and gas do not mix well in a combustion chamber. There is a 100% fix for this problem, and in time when Tony can put it together, will be one of his biggest Mods. Maybe I should get off my *** and start putting some good mods together.
Oil control is so very important in making Horse power. This filter" separator" fix sure helps some of the issues. Great little mod,
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can we sticky this?
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can we sticky this?

Done....

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sweet thanks
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Ok lemme get this straight.. all this does is prevent oil getting into your lower plenum.. which will result in oil getting into the combustion chamber.. in result mess up the VQ in the long run correct? Is it easy to go back to the stock way also?
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Ok lemme get this straight.. all this does is prevent oil getting into your lower plenum.. which will result in oil getting into the combustion chamber.. in result mess up the VQ in the long run correct? Is it easy to go back to the stock way also?
Yes, yes and yes . . .

If you use the stock hose clamps for the connections at the PCV and lower collector connections . . . You can remove this entire assembly witnin seconds and reinstall the original piece of hose is seconds, as well. Removing and replacing this mod was a big consideration.
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sweet thanks for the info andy !!! Ill be doing this either tomorrow or later this week
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ok again another question... i know this will prevent oil from entering in the "FUTURE" but what about the oil thats already in the plenum (if any) will it just burn off in the future?
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ok again another question... i know this will prevent oil from entering in the "FUTURE" but what about the oil thats already in the plenum (if any) will it just burn off in the future?
Unfortunatlely, the oil already in your lower collector will eventually get sucked into the intake runners. You can open the plenum up and wipe away the residual oil, if you wish or just leave it. The important thing to remember here is that we are attempting to minimize the amount of oil vapor which gets deposited into the lower collector, if not eliminating it all together.
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K.. i think ill wait till i get a spacer or mrev... i have the tools to do it but ill just deal with it now... one more question... my friend is going FI (vortech)... would this be too small of a catch can for him? Should he get a greddy/stillen one or could he use this?
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This is awesome Andy. I will be making a trip to HD or somewhere to get this kit.
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K.. i think ill wait till i get a spacer or mrev... i have the tools to do it but ill just deal with it now... one more question... my friend is going FI (vortech)... would this be too small of a catch can for him? Should he get a greddy/stillen one or could he use this?
There are bigger ones. I know sears sells a bigger one for the compressors that are actually glass as well. But your going to pay more money for those.

Or just go with the catch can if you can locate a good place to mount it.
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This is awesome Andy. I will be making a trip to HD or somewhere to get this kit.
LOL . . . I owed you one for the things that you have posted, which helped me, Russ.
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Always good to help each other.

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