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m/t vavle covers

i got these covers off ebay the left side has 2 breathers the right side the hole isn't cut open will this harm anything or do i have to open it and put a breather on this side too. my brother says each side of the engine needs to be vented

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Nah it will be fine this is common on circle track valve covers, so that g forces don't cause oil spillage in the constant left turns.
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You should use a PCV valve on the opposite side.
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Right, I doesn't matter where you put the PCV valve but you should run one vent with a PCV and one open. you are just trying to circulate the gases that are looking for an opening
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