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04-29-2009 05:11 AM
barnym17 The vents are big enough it is just a pcv system burns off contaminates in the oil allowing longer oil change intervals.
04-28-2009 07:28 PM

cool i will probably put one in at a later time. just wanted to make sure i wouldnt tear something up if i didnt vent it. thanks
04-28-2009 01:09 PM
barnym17 It will work, however I would recomend a pcv system if possible.
04-28-2009 10:20 AM
valve covers

i have a 355 with a blower. i put valve covers on that are the tall circle track style covers. the driver side cover has 2 really big vents and the oil filler. the passenger side has no holes or vents. is it safe to only vent one side? or do i need to drill a hole and put a vent in thanks.

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