Dealing with Crank vent

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Dealing with Crank vent

Post by alexanderfoti » Mon May 26, 2014 11:09 am

Thinking about supercharging my L100.

Adding a belt driven supercharge should be relatively easy as I have a spare V on my clutch pulley that could be used.

Question is, how do I deal with the PCV valve? - This video shows to block it off and run it before the turbo inlet, could the same be done with a supercharger and run it into the inlet of the supercharger?

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Re: Dealing with Crank vent

Post by tappy » Tue May 27, 2014 1:08 am

Don't see why not. A trace of lube in the air won't do the supercharger any harm.

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