Originally Posted by tubbedz
I pulled the PCV and it was full of oil. Also, the hose from the PCV to the base of the carb was filled with oil, so was the base of my carb and the top side of my blower. My vacuum gauge line also had some oil in it. I dumped the PCV and hose and instead added another breather. Next I installed new plugs with a step up in heat range. That should do it, but I know I will have a smoke show when it starts because of all that oil my blower sucked into the cylinders. Wish me luck!!
I've been thinking about my pcv problem. I have custom polished low profile aluminum valve covers that I don't want to discard. My options are: 1) buy valve cover spacers that would raise my covers 1 1/4" higher and run a baffle and PVC 2) since my electric fuel pump is in the rear of the car, I could place a screw in PCV valve into the engine fuel pump block off plate and run a hose to the carb base "easy and cheap" 3) install an oil catch can that I can make out of an air compressor filter or just purchase a fancy aluminum oil catch can "lotsa work". What do you guys think/prefer ??