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By dan2424
#73790
HEY ALL, NEED HELP WITH CRAKE CASE VENTING ON MY TRACK CAR, ITS A 5.0 LITER, SUPERCHARGED AND INTERCOOLED, WITH A HANS BAFFLE AND A PROVENT 200, BUT I'M STILL GETTING WAY TO MUCH OIL OUT OF THE CRANK CASE. WOULD LIKE ANY SUGGESTION ON ROUTING AND VENTING.

THANKS DAN
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By smiffypr
#73872
1) Have you opened up the restriction in the oil filler outlet?
2) Have you got a baffle in the oil filler or the original gauze?
3) The Provent is not up to the job, no good on a 4.7S NA. I ended up making my own oil/air separator from s/s coffee jars with a tangential inlet and an internal baffle to induce a cyclone.

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By Tony
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I have a 1 inch main line that comes from the oil filler neck which i have made a baffle for that sits down in side the recessed opening. That is the main source of venting. . From there the one inch line runs down the pax side cam cover and is fed by two 1/2 lines (or is it 3/4) id have to measure. I also have two baffles under each opening in that cam cover. The flow continues in a 1 inch line to my separator that i made. Just google "M20 oil separator" and you will have an idea of what it looks like. 1 inch line in...1 inch line out...the line out vents overboard aft into the exhaust stream. I have a 1/4 drain line that drains down out of which i dont see a drop.


mine looks identical to this...i cut and drilled the tubes and then had them welded..
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