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Old 13 Dec 2006, 13:32 (Ref:1789852)   #1
TwoWheelTerror
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Crankcase Breather / oil catch tank

I know the benifits of not burning oil vapour in a performance engine..

My current set up involves an oil catch tank with a green filter venting on top venting to atmosphere. But I'm told (by a keyboard warrior on another forum) that "in 'proper' setups the now non-oily vapour is directed back to the inlet"

Now my thinking is that while the oil may mostly have condensed in the catch tank it would still affect the combusion mixture.

What do people on here think / do?
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