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Old 03-04-2011, 08:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Blazin72
I used a filtered breather in one valve cover and a single PCV valve in the other valve cover routed to the back of the carburetor. If your rings aren't worn out you shouldn't have any issues at all.
Blazin72-Standard PCV? I have read that the crank case can still get pressurized, I don't see how as the carb will always see vacuum. Some talk about running a supra PCV or a Mazda turbo PCV.

I have ran two breathers with no issues, but noticed that my oil gets black real quick.

Not trying to hi-jack this thread I just have the same dilema.
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