Question for you supercharger-types...
The current iteration of my intake setup has the stock PCV one-way valve going into a T, one way goes to the brake booster (through the one way valve), and the other side goes to an adapter plate that goes between my throttle body and the supercharger. So, it never sees positive pressure from the intake-side. The other valve cover breather (driver's side) I have capped off.
When I first built the motor, the PCV seemed like it was a really loose fit, so I wrapped the base in a bunch of electrical tape (yes, ghetto), until it nicely stuck inside the grommet. Recently, however, it's started popping out once in a while. The electrical tape is getting gummy with oil, so I could just re-wrap it, but I'm wondering if there's something bigger at work here.
It has a tiny bit of pulling pressure to the side just from the T-line, but that shouldn't be enough to pull it out. So, I'm guessing there's some positive pressure in the crankcase. Would it make sense to uncap the other line, and run a hose from there to my intake (pre-TB) like there is on the stock system?
I've also just noticed that the PCV grommet is replaceable, so I can get a new one of those, but it seems like that's only part of the problem. Figured I should address it all at the same time.