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Discussion in 'High Performance Modifications' started by muscl car, Feb 9, 2021.
Are you going to add baffles?
If not... You will want an oil separator tank like Lowend mentioned.
I've got 12' length of 10 AN Russell twist lock hose and 10 AN fittings
I want to build a Blowdown /puke tank that's NHRA legal . I've seen alot of these tanks located in the trunk behind the rear tires
Can't run baffles due to interference with Roller rockers
Alot of Drag racers are going to tanks such as this
I could also do something like this Moroso puke tank
Yes, it can be done, I made many of them, made them for mine, I even have a full stud girdle. I also incorporate a full functional PCV valve.
That's the idea, but you really want to run a PCV and use the vacuum to pull gases out and recirculating, instead of venting to the atmosphere. The Air Oil Separator removes the oil vapor from the line before it returns to the system. A vent lets the gases out, a PCV extracts them.
I'm not running a PCV as I don't want oil in the intake , cyl heads or pistons I discussed this with Shafiroff when I spec'd out the engine
This is what I'm currently running for breathers on both valve covers with no issues or complaints
Here's a 572 Hemi build I was part of. Part of the testing was just this, how to effectively get a CV setup to work. Customer did not want to smell "oil or engine" fumes in the interior, and since he had big coin in the car and all painted under the engine bay, and good coin in the engine, no leaks wanted or allowed !!!
Lot's of cubes and crankcase pressure to say the least, we used these Moroso breathers/separators on both valve covers that connected and T'd to the rear of the Mopar in line mid rise TR. We also used clear tubing to "see & track" what was being pulled through. We made 17" at idle, and .9" at WOT, those breathers worked as planned.
Look at the high HP per cubic inch builds, like EMC....there's CV and PCV setup's of all styles, there's a reason for it....
Do what you will Chuck - but I can all but promise that the engine is going to have EVAC/Blowby issues.
The whole point of the AOS is that oil doesn't make it back into your system. Take 10 min, read this