That is essentially what I said. Run the rear valve cover hose to a catch can or install a breather filter. If you have a ton of blow by then you may have to clean the breather filter occasionally. That is where a catch can will keep things a little cleaner.
Do you think it will be okay if my catch can does not have a breather on it? The vacuum will remain sealed.
Connect it back to the intake bubble as it should.
The vacuum comes from the intake side of the PCV system. The point of the catch can is to catch/condense the oil coming from the valve cover and stop it front getting back into the intake track and gumming up the intake/rear turbo...
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Mikey, you could put the breather filter on the rear as Ray and others said and put your Catch can(since you already have one) inline the pcv hose, and have best of both worlds, Zero blowby entering your engine.
I still stand by adding a can inline the pcv hose. Alot of blowby comes out of the pcv valve to the lower intake, making its way to the combustion chamber. Thats just as important to me.
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