Breather and PCV discussion - Page 34

Veloster Turbo Forum

Breather and PCV discussion

This is a discussion on Breather and PCV discussion within the Veloster Performance forums, part of the Veloster Turbo Garage category; Originally Posted by weinerd I finally have everything routed the way I want. Attachment 100094 Pcv to catch can to tee that goes to 2 ...

Page 34 of 34 FirstFirst ... 24 32 33 34
Results 331 to 333 of 333
Like Tree118Likes

Thread: Breather and PCV discussion

  1. #331
    Senior Member
    Lit
     
    TooGqForYou's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2016
    Member
    #7917
    Location
    Ventura, Ca
    Posts
    920
    Quote Originally Posted by weinerd View Post
    I finally have everything routed the way I want.

    Attachment 100094

    Pcv to catch can to tee that goes to 2 one-way valves. The 1st one-way is actually another pcv that routes from manifold to prevent pressurizing the catch can. The other one-way lets any crankcase/can pressure release to the intake right at the Apollo filter. The css tees into the intake at the filter too. Finally another catch can between the upper crankcase and the intake at the intake pipe. Carb compliant since nothing vents to air
    how's this working for you? always interested to hear the progress of catch can user's
    2016 VT Elite White 7-Speed DCT Tech Package
    Turbosocks 3.5' SRI | 3' Straight Pipe Catback Exhaust | Res-Delete Pipe | Motors Line Front Strut Bar | XE 3TBS | XE ORCP | XE XWEK
    | XE XPVS | 60mm TB | TB Bypass | HKS M45XL Plugs | MAP Sensor 39300-84400 | PUP 5W-30 | Breather & PCV & Oil Cap CSS Venting-to-Atmosphere

  2. #332
    Senior Member
    This user has no status.
     
    weinerd's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2017
    Member
    #11441
    Posts
    161
    No complaints. I have very little coming out of the back crankcase vent. As in maybe a drop... so little that I might ditch that can.
    The PCV can is catching a lot. It seems more with the CSS than without... the CSS plus the pcv manifold vacuum might really be sweeping the vapors and shit out...
    2016 Pacific Blue VT DCT
    TurboXS CAI with K&N Apollo or Spectre in-line filter - TurboSmart Kompact BPV - Megan front strut brace - Savanini flappy paddle shift extenders - Updated boost pressure sensor - Magnaflow axleback exhaust - Tracy Lewis clean-side separator - Dual catch cans - Roofline sharkfin vortex generators - Generic lip spoiler - Morris Club front canards - Pierce rear torsion bar

  3. #333
    Senior Member
    This user has no status.
     
    tobs54's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2017
    Member
    #15905
    Posts
    153
    Quote Originally Posted by weinerd View Post
    No complaints. I have very little coming out of the back crankcase vent. As in maybe a drop... so little that I might ditch that can.
    The PCV can is catching a lot. It seems more with the CSS than without... the CSS plus the pcv manifold vacuum might really be sweeping the vapors and shit out...
    I have had a can on the vent for about 18 months. I check it every time I empty the pcv can and it's never had anything in it. I took it off a couple of days ago and the hesitation I have been experiencing went away. She runs a ton better now.

    Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
    Incognito and TooGqForYou like this.
    2016 Vitamin C VT w/ MT.

    Mods: Dual OCCs, DIY SRI, disabled upper clutch switch, 60mm TB with 4TBS; Xe ORCP and coolant bypass, SXTH hot pipe, MAP/IAT Sensor Upgrade, MBRP Catback Exhaust

Page 34 of 34 FirstFirst ... 24 32 33 34

Sponsored Links

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  

Search tags for this page

1989 883 crankcase venting ports
,
breather delete
,
pcv or breather vacuum source
,

veloster breather delete

,
veloster turbo normal pcv vacuum pressure
,
veloster turbo vent pcv
Click on a term to search for related topics.
Find us on Google+