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So what about the other valve/head cover? That breather hose from the drivers side that goes to the intake, shouldn't that go through the catch can too? Or using that hose from the passenger side sufficent enough to catch bypass oil?
That is where I get confused, I have seen some catch cans use the middle hose that is in front of the plenum that goes from both covers with something like a T-Fitting.
Nice read, I just installed mine a couple of days ago on my S/C'ed Z. A little different then pictured above but basically the same concept. ill snap some pics and post them up soon. Had a couple of questions? When is a good time to replace the PCV? Its a fairly inexpensive part and relatively easy to change so since my Z is pushing high mileage (70k) I was wondering if it might be a good idea to do it. Also on the other side of the engine as per suggestions by some of the members of this forum I was thinking about installing a compressor filter and close off the line running to the intake. Would this be a better idea then installing another can? I know I need to do something there since I can see dark residue inside my TB. I know the passengers side needs to be under pressure but is it the same for the drivers? Will it be safe to vent those fumes in the engine bay? Any input would be great, thanks!
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