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Old 11-29-2014, 09:37 AM   #1
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Default Oil blow by with supercharger

Looking for anybody out there that's having an oil blow by problem on the drivers side. The car is NOT smoking out the tail pipes. There's enough oil getting by that is leaking out of the inlet side of the supercharger.
I do have 2 catch cans on this. A large one right off the valve cover and one right before entering the inlet pipe. Set up is 8PSI
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