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Old 01-11-2007, 11:07 AM
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Please see this thread for the brief update on the product that I sell for future customers:
https://www.s2ki.com/forums/index.ph...T&f=1&t=452783
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Old 01-12-2007, 04:55 PM
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Update, schmupdate...

The best damn mod I put in my car....made an even bigger difference on Dave's turbo RSX. Car stopped burning oil (the plumes from the exhaust at idle looked like a small forest fire).....cant say more good things about it....Car definetely pulls better, and it does feel like power is being robbed.

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What's it mean when you have the krank vents on and dip stick still pops out?

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trying to buy one, but every time I click on the link, it would say product not found. do you still have them in stock or completely sold out?
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Originally Posted by foxer10,May 14 2007, 03:15 PM
What's it mean when you have the krank vents on and dip stick still pops out?

Robert
You have both installed?
Your system is not sealed somewhere. Maybe they were installed incorrectly?

When I pop my dipsitck out or remove the oil cap, I hear air being released from the crankcase which tells me they are working as far as I can tell.
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Yes, both installed facing away from the motor.

So small vent is inline with the pcv hose going into the manifold. And the larger vent is on the front nipple venting to atmosphere with a k&n filter on the end.

Im getting -22in/hg at idle.......it sucks good when you pull the dip stick out,........ at around 5-6k rpm, you can hear air coming out of the front vent (like a whistle sound) and around 7-9k rpm, the dip stick pops out.

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here is a pic of the KV, hope this helps ur problem



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yep its installed like that... any ideas? way too much blow by? But the krank vent is supposed to help seal the piston rings for less blow by... !??
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Couple of suggestions:

Check the valve between the PCV and intake manifold to make sure the valve has not failed. Mine failed and caused my dipstick to pop and spray oil due to the excess pressure.

Also check the valves to make sure the arrows are pointing in the right direction ... could of been labeled wrong.
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ill check the valves for damage...... but theyre all flowing correctly as i blow into them after clamping them on the hoses to verify.

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