3 breathers…one on each side of the valve covers and one coming off of the oil fill cap. The supercharger replaces the manifold, so there is no PCV valve at that point. I actually just replaced the PCV valve, which was capped off since it’s not used with the supercharger, with one of the 3 breathers. I’m hoping that helps.Breathers, huh? I guess this engine has been modified from the stock system with PCV. Are those breathers open to atmosphere, or going to the intake ducting somewhere; any chance the crankcase is getting pressurized by the supercharger?
The supercharger has it's own stand alone ECM/Engine Management System. It works in conjunction with the original PCM and is tuned specifically to this vehicle. The supercharger and Engine Management System are both from Roe Racing. Unfortunately, the system is no longer available/serviced, so if it ever fails I will need to wire in a new ECM and retune everything. I don't see that happening, unless the Engine Management System were to get wet. However, I do not drive when it's raining, so that won't be a problem.may I ask what chip is in it
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