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Normally, on the turbo cars, the tank is vented into the intake system, just before the turbo inlet, versus the close proximity to the throttle body as your car was in NA configuration. Depending on how your intake is plumbed, you may get good results fabricating a vent into the intake between the air filter and the compressor inlet.

Also, if you removed your catalyst in the process of converting to turbo, that will definately aggrevate the fumes. Just a rich running car w/ no cat can get to you after a while, I would imagine an oiltank venting to atmosphere would be just too much on a street car after a while

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Old 11-24-2008, 03:41 PM
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