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Join Date: Sep 2007
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more or less. the crankcase vent is connected to the intake before the turbo. there is a slight vacuum, plus the little bit of crankcase pressure from blowby inside the engine, that draws the vapors in, as they travel through the tubes through the charge air, they are heavier than the air, so they settle. they will show up as oily residue around all the joints in the pressurized parts of the intake system.
do a search for the CCV Mod, there is an easy and inexpensive way to reroute the vent hoses to prevent it.
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, Short throw Shifter, Airdog, Regulated Return fuel, Coolant filter, Bypass Oil Filter. Next:BB Turbo, CAC, Injectors, HPOP, Head studs, and anything else I can afford