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Old 01-19-2015, 12:01 AM
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Originally Posted by ArmyX5 View Post
This seem as a good short term idea, but doesn't the engine continue making mayo from condensation? Where is all that "mayo" going, the PCV?
The way I see it is there is a much shorter route for the crankcase air to travel, and its right in the belly of the engine which would heat up the pipes more than on the side of the block and create less "mayo", not to mention the slightly stronger suction which moves the air faster not giving it as much time for the sludge to build up.
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