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I have an obx oil catch can on my turbo set up, and I just have a hose connected to the top of the catch can, this hose goes below the brake booster.

I open my hood in the morning and saw the oil on the firewall.

How can avoid this???, is this normal???

How about connecting a small filter at the top, instead of the hose??
 

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i thought that on the obx that the two inlets/outlets on the side were to be used to hooking the catch can up and the deal on top was supposed to be plugged or drained back into your oil system?
 

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Not shure, but I´m afraid to just plug the top.

Because I read somewhere that the engine need to breath, but I´m not shure.
 

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Not shure, but I´m afraid to just plug the top.

Because I read somewhere that the engine need to breath, but I´m not shure.
how do you have the inlets/outlets on the side hooked up?
 

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You should hook the other one up to either a pre turbo vaccum source or a slash cut pipe in the exhaust.

That is how you get proper crankcase ventalation.

This is a great thread with alot of info on that, http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread/1199935
 
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