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Old 03-05-2017, 08:14 PM   #641
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no. you cannot merge or delete part of the pcv system and have it still be ok.

pcv system must always be clean air in one end of the engine (measured by the MAF if you have one) dirty air out to pcv valve, line from pcv valve to intake manifold. catch can could be before or after the pcv valve but there can only be one hose between valve and intake manifold
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After reading through this thread and several others, it seems like there are more than one ways to route everything.

For a twin turbo set up, trying to make around 600-700rwhp, would this be an idea routing method using a standard/cheap catch can? Only difference is I would most likely try to Y the two rear ports together.

What issues could I have doing it this way or is it good?

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that flows the same as the stock pcv system because

it is a closed can

it uses a stock size fresh air / vent to the turbo

it will catch dirty side pcv flow

it will not catch clean side pcv flow

in order to flow more than the stock system we need lines larger than the stock system or multiple pressure exit points
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that flows the same as the stock pcv system because

it is a closed can

it uses a stock size fresh air / vent to the turbo

it will catch dirty side pcv flow

it will not catch clean side pcv flow

in order to flow more than the stock system we need lines larger than the stock system or multiple pressure exit points
As far as it being a closed can, is that relating to air entering into the can or exiting out of it? I wanted a closed system in my mind because I didn't want to have to smell any oil vapors while driving.

I wasn't sure if a clean side catch was necessary? Does your single can set up do both clean/dirty sides or one only?
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what i mean by closed can is that there is no alternate ventilation point other than the stock one

clean side catch cans are for when the first catch can you install does not do the whole job.

yes i like to see only one (good) can to cover all the bases
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what i mean by closed can is that there is no alternate ventilation point other than the stock one

clean side catch cans are for when the first catch can you install does not do the whole job.

yes i like to see only one (good) can to cover all the bases
I am assuming your can with the filter on top solves that closed can issue, by allowing it another ventilation point to take in air from? Is that only for air to enter into the can and not exit it? Cause when I was looking at your cans, I actually wasn't sure if the filter was meant to allow air in, out, or both?
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depends on the model, draft and pcv are pressure release only
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depends on the model, draft and pcv are pressure release only
From what I read on your site, the PCV seems like the set up to go with if I wanted to minimize oil smells. However, with the filter on top, at what pressure/psi does it open to vent out at?
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it depends on if you are past what the stock pcv system can handle or how you want it to look as to if you need to go all the way to the pcv can. the pcv is the most flexible model for sure.

the breather or recirculator top open at 0psi see this.

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