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Old 05-11-2015, 05:37 PM   #1
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PCV issues

Well I did ported heads and cams over winter. I noticed my catch can collecting a lot more oil as I've been finally driving it after that brutal winter. Anyways I starting getting a puff of smoke on start ups. Did a compression test. All is well. Pulled the pcv line hose after my catch can that goes into intake plenum and seen oil in the nipple. Obviously for some reason oil is getting past my jlt catch can. What's the best way to keep this oil out of my intake and plenum? Maybe I should delet pcv and run 2 breathers or look for a different catch can? Is seafoam a good way to clean the oil out of the plenum also? Never used it before.
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