Re: PCV's and Breathers
I have been advised that this is the correct PCV system to use.
"The PCV requires a source of manifold ported vacuum. PCV hose goes connected to a port under the carburetor throttle blades and the other side VC is fitted with an open breather."
(1 PCV and 1 Breather on each side of the valve cover).
It all makes sense now. My dipstick seemed to pop up everytime when I drove it and got some oil splatter on the passenger valve cover. The way I had it installed, there was no crankcase combustion gases being sucked out of the engine and reburned. I have also had the rear seal replaced twice now and it's still leaking about a 1-2" puddle after sitting for 24hrs. I have a hunch it may stop this oil leaking issue as well.
347 Stroker, 10.6:1, Vic Jr, World Jr. heads (2.02/1.60 valves), Custom 780cfm ProSystems 4150 Double Pumper, XE284H cam, MSD E-Curve, 4.30 gears/31 Spline axles, Tremec TKO 5 Speed w/.83 5th gear ratio.
Last edited by Spali32; 07-09-2008 at 07:30 PM.