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K20Z4 Pcv valves

What is the best way to connect both crankcase and valve cover Type R FN2 PCV valves in order to prevent blow by gas from getting into the engine? I am currently turbo building my engine and I need the best solution possible. Thankss
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What is the best way to connect both crankcase and valve cover Type R FN2 PCV valves in order to prevent blow by gas from getting into the engine? I am currently turbo building my engine and I need the best solution possible. Thankss
I used a 3 port Mishimoto catch can, the routing being valve cover to catch can, PCV to catch can, catch can to intake manifold

Thus there so no direct feed of any blow by gasses to the intake manifold

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I used a 3 port Mishimoto catch can, the routing being valve cover to catch can, PCV to catch can, catch can to intake manifold

Thus there so no direct feed of any blow by gasses to the intake manifold

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Doesn't the valve cover PCV need a breather since it is sucking air most of the time?
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Doesn't the valve cover PCV need a breather since it is sucking air most of the time?
Vacuum from the intake pulls gasses from the valve cover per my understanding. This is caught in the catch can.

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