So, wanted to pick a few brains here...
I'm currently running open breathers on both VCs on my sm block Chevy motor.
I'm getting a little sick of the whiffs of the crankcase fumes while driving, so I was thinking I'd want to put a PCV on it to rid of it.
Then, there's the position of steering away from using PCV valves because of the unwanted oil build up that will get into the intake runners/valves over time.
I know they make oil breather tanks, but didn't want to go that route either.
I'm going to try plumbing a small Wilkerson Coalescing De-Oiling filter used for compressed air filtering applications.
I plan to route the PCV tube from 1 VC to the inlet of the filter and the outlet to manifold vacuum and keep my existing breather on the other VC.
Seems like it should work OK, kind of best of both worlds (ridding of the unwanted odor with good crankcase ventilation and not impacting the motor).
Anyone try anything like this or have success with anything else along these lines.