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    How To: Poor Man's Oil Breather/PCV Blockoff

    This is the poor man's way of blocking off hot PCV air from re-entering the air intake on your SHO. Thanks to Cuchun as I saw this done on his GPR-SHO conversion. All you need is 3/4 heater hose block off and a $7-8 stainless breather from Pep Boys................
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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
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    wow.....thx billy..

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    And, the benefit is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOdude View Post
    And, the benefit is?
    Here ya go Eric....

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCV_valve


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    Great info Rip!

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    I would think on any boosted engine, you will see increased blow by. So if you just vent this into the engine compartment, I'd think sooner or later, you will get an oily mess dripping around. Water vapor, and and overly rich situations will just make the goo appear faster.

    My point is, why not take your nifty idea here, and instead of routing it to a breather element, instead route it into an oil vapor canister like they sell at Jegs...

    it does add cost.

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    Rip, do you not have a canister installed? You gotta have somwhere for the oil to deposit or it is going to just spew out of the filter in your engine compartment.

    Check out the catch can the the Seadoo guys are making out of PVC and the little filter you have. Cost me $15



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    didn't I say that?

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    I dont know if you have considered that the oil discharge may be lubicating the supercharger also ............. I know on Kawis its does.....Just a thought.......

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