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Why do so many people have so much trouble with ao seps? Are they just such a poor rubbish design? If oil IS getting to the inlet manifold it can only be coming from this sep? or is there another way (apart from worn valve guides or pistons ). Surely a better design isn't so difficult to develop which would eliminate this problem completely (even on start up!!!) Can these seps be getting over pressureised and forcing the mist past these and into the manifold or is there any form of pressure relief on this system? I am also surprised that so many people are prepared to accept this situation as 'normal'. There's lots of other makes of flat sixes around which don't have this smoke on start up! I'd be interested in any replies or comments. Perhaps event to help to modify or develop a sep that works! I'm interested in your replies or comments.

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It is part of the emissions equipment. On the spec racing board there is talk of using a catch can. http://www.boxsterspecracing.whsites.net/p...topic.php?t=541

Engine blow-by vapor has to go somewhere. I am old enough to remember when cars did not have emission equipment. Blow-by was simply vented to the atmosphere, usually via a vent tube on the side of the engine. Then along came the EPA.

Now that vapor is routed to the intake where it is burned.

If you come up with an idea then the spec racers might be interested.

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It is part of the emissions equipment. On the spec racing board there is talk of using a catch can. http://www.boxsterspecracing.whsites.net/p...topic.php?t=541

Engine blow-by vapor has to go somewhere. I am old enough to remember when cars did not have emission equipment. Blow-by was simply vented to the atmosphere, usually via a vent tube on the side of the engine. Then along came the EPA.

Now that vapor is routed to the intake where it is burned.

If you come up with an idea then the spec racers might be interested.

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