Ok, here's the situation. When accelerating hard my engine seems to use a bit of oil. Its broken in, I'm running 15w40 Mobile oil. I think I've traced the consumption to the pcv valve. Its always has oil in it. To verify this I installed a clear plastic hose from the pcv valve to the carb and the line has traces of oil in it. Not a lot but more of a film of oil. I removed the valve cover, blocked off the bottom of the valve cover baffle for the pcv with sheet steel and drilled a 1/4 in hole in the side of the baffle so it can breath. Took the car out for a hard run and still oil in the hose. The hose actually collapsed so I replaced it with the hard rubber line. I have a K&N breather on the oppisite valve cover. There is vacuun in the engine. I verified this by holding a paper towel over the breather hole and it sucked in. Any ideas as to why this is happening? To my knowledge the should be no oil in the pcv valve. The engine is a 406 sbc with Sportsman ll heads, rpm intake roller rockers ect. Its built and puts out a lot of power. Idle vacuum is 14 inches if that matters.