Originally Posted by aidandj
Remember. I'm the guy that bought a twin disc for a stock 1.6.
I'm doing it for science. I'm going to put a map sensor on the crankcase and run with the slash cut and without. Then I can log data and report. I plan on Y-ing the slashcut into the intake side so that there are 2 sources of vacuum. One under boost one under vacuum.
If you read my buyild thread then youd see that i did this already. you dont have to log the damn thing. do this
buy alum oil cap that fits
drill a ******* hole
jb weld in some stupid bung thing from plumbing section of home depot
--jb is appropriate cus ur not honda racing so just ******* do it
put fat vac line on it
run line to wiper
put mechanical vac/boost gauge on line
look at the damn thing. look
I started doing slashcut back when i was on gt3071 and only runnign 25psi. i "logged" 2-3psi at full boost. this was with a -12 line
I then added a second line and put on the only tuerbo that is worth being on a miata the borgwarner s366
and i think i "logged the same psi at the gauge at uh 35psi or something
i have lack of impressed feelings. the whole oil buildup in hoses or whatever happened to me too occasionally and it looks stupid. i am modifying to just dump at the rear bumper no slashcut. **** catch cans
Originally Posted by 18psi
Q: do you love the smell of burnt oil and your rear bumper coated with it?
A: get a slashcut
oh shut up -____-
again, in my build thread i was once venting both sides of the valve cover to a redbull can shoved into a crew sock. i think that was actually a pretty good solution
btw ur guy never called me i need his love
Originally Posted by Joe Perez
Allow me to tell you what to believe:
Lots of people have lots of different opinions with regard to crankcase ventilation. Some are formed on the basis of real-world experience on the racetrack, some on the basis of real-world experiencing building and maintaining street engines, some on the basis of a sound understanding of thermodynamics and fluid-dynamics, some on anecdotal knowledge of "what words" from old-timers, and some on pure idiocy.
Some of these methods work well, some don't, and some are likely to cause harm. Not all of the "don't work / cause harm" methods are restricted to the "pure idiocy" group.
What's perfectly adequate for a street-driven car may be inadequate on the track. What works well on the track will almost certainly cause you to fail a visual inspection in CA.
There is no single, unified answer for what's best in any specific application, however all of the answers that work have a few things in common. They provide a source of filtered air into the engine, and they actively draw contaminated air out of the engine, preferably through the PCV outlet on the valve cover. What happens to the air after that doesn't really matter so long as you're not accidentally pressurizing it, using it to contaminate the inside of your intercooler or MAF sensor, etc.
thank you for all the words joe and and the absolute nothing that is your conclusion. just as bad as "just ventt to intake brazh" or "catchacan rulzz"
Originally Posted by aidandj
Snag me that turbo joe. Love me some cummins tan.
too ******* small ask mommy to buy it for your Quinceañera