It might be better to vent the gasses to atmo instead of going into the intake with them. Oil vapor has a lot lower octane rating that gasoline and the chance of generating knock in a supercharged car is greater than if vented to atmosphere.
1) The car runs C-16 fuel and has been tuned on a load bearing dyno to MBT in every cell
2) Vented to the atmosphere will not pull vacuum in the crank case, only vent it.
Here are three runs from day two of the Wilmington Championship Tour. I haven't found the memory card from day one.....dohhh. This was one of my favorite tours I have attended ever. The courses were awesome....I just drove them like a girl.
When you say drove like a girl, does that imply that rachel beat you in an smf car?
1) The results are wrong. My fastest time on Saturday was over 2 seconds faster.Notice how on the results for Saturday have my first and second runs as EXACTLY the same time. The issue was somehow I was entered into the computer as "SSM 0" I went to the trailer to get it fixed and the final results were correct when we left on Saturday. On Sunday somehow the results were messed up again, the difference wouldn't have gotten me into the trophys, I didn't want to wait around in impound since I had a 7 hour drive ahead of me.
It's pretty fun to watch the digital readout and see just how fast it actually accelerates from say 40 to 70...While turning. You really don't feel that in the car. The delivery is so linear and smooth (thanks DIYAUTOTUNE) it doesn't feel violent at all.
Oh. And I can't remember if I posted this or not. In advance of the Wilmington pro, I took the car to the drag strip. Full aero, A6s, didn't touch the shocks or sways. In the 1/8th mile it ran high 7's..........at 95MPH. Not a bad trap speed for a 200rwhp blower car LOL
LOL I expected a few of you would have liked the "Solo trial" video
Ehh, it seems like it was over hyped to me. It was really only faster than a normal course I can get at a non-scca local on the first straight. I was expecting turns that would be apexed at a little under the speed you got at the end of the first straight from how it got talked up on line.