Had the same problem , we live in Calaveras County, CA there are many 50-60-s
hot rod folks here, took my valve cover to a good shop, told them the problem,
they cut a hole in the carb side of the cover, installed a nice vent from a
Chevy (all aluminum) â?¦ end of problem .
> On May 6, 2020, at 2:24 PM, andrew uprichard <email@example.com> wrote:
> Racetorations has a collecting system which I have on my fast-road TR3. No
> pipe to the manifold, but pipes run from the engine vent and the valve cover.
> You can see the collecting box on the inner fender, driverâ??s side.
> Disclaimer: my cousin owns Racetorations, but he is one of the English
> Uprichards and I am one of the Irish ones. He is a curmudgeon and I am a
> nice guy. No financial interest but if you mention my name and he is in a
> good mood, he may actually be nice to youâ?¦..
> Andrew Uprichard
> Jackson, Michigan
> From: Triumphs <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of dave
> Sent: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 4:53 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [TR] valve cover venting
> My valve cover is spitting oil from the vent, probably because of the
> performance mods.
> Been thinking if I run a pipe between the valve cover and the intake
> manifold, that would create enough suction to solve the problem?
> Does anyone make this or do I have to build it?
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