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We have a customers 04 IS300 that we put a GT28 and a Haltech F10x on. After a lot of work completing the incomplete (Customer supplied) turbo kit we have it running. There was no oil restictor in the kit and we didn't realize it until the first pull on the dyno when it blew oil into the charge pipe. We know have a restrictor in place and a lot of crankcase pressure.

Any ideas, does the crank case need to be vented differently? PCV plumbing?

Any help is apreciated.


BTW While driving back to the shop fromthe dyno I felt like I was Spy Hunter with the smoke screen on full blast!
 

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SwapDOHC said:
We have a customers 04 IS300 that we put a GT28 and a Haltech F10x on. After a lot of work completing the incomplete (Customer supplied) turbo kit we have it running. There was no oil restictor in the kit and we didn't realize it until the first pull on the dyno when it blew oil into the charge pipe. We know have a restrictor in place and a lot of crankcase pressure.

Any ideas, does the crank case need to be vented differently? PCV plumbing?

Any help is apreciated.


BTW While driving back to the shop fromthe dyno I felt like I was Spy Hunter with the smoke screen on full blast!
Just plumb it to an oil catch can.
A lot of people get blow-by from the crank case.
 
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