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Always add oil progressively when topping up, and ALWAYS wait 2 or 3 minutes and then check your dipstick after each time you add oil, to avoid overfilling.

You dont absolutely need a catch can....Do you still have your PCV valve and hose to connect to your intake manifold? If not, then buy them from Toyota and fit them before driving the car again. Likewise for the exhaust side cam cover vent...that is supposed to plumb back into the piping for the TT system, but as you have it converted to a single turbo, you need to run a hose from that vent, to the intake pipe between your air filter and your turbo.

Also, those shiny aftermarket washers you have securing you valve covers down need to be replaced with OEM Toyota washers and bolts, and torque to the correct value as theyre a known common leak point

And as has been mentioned already in this thread...DO NOT DRIVE YOUR CAR IN ITS CURRENT STATE, or you are seriously tempting fate, and the result could be a pile of melted car on the side of the road.
 

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Indeed. I was more meaning buying the missing PCV valve.

Any hose that is the right length to run from the PCV valve, to one of the vacuum nipples on the aftermarket plenum will suffice, but without knowing if the nipples on OP's plenum face up or down, its hard to advise any length or shape.

Personally, I have a hose that has a 90 deg bend after it connects to the PCV, then it runs directly down between runners 3 and 4, then rearwards to the vacuum ports. Very tidy :)
 
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