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Hmm I did a search, Instead of using the filter, is there another way to tap this into an existing hose that goes into the intake or intake manifold? I don't want to use a custom intake pipe if I don't have to, so I'm thinking of a T-tap or something, but dunno where. Thanks

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Ah I see

It makes a difference in California apparently -- some things will pass and other things won't. According to the dmv, some engine modifications are ok but a breather is not one of them.
 

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I used to put a clear see-through fuel filter on it (just take out the fine mesh screen), when oil builds up just diconnect it (the other end of the hose; not connected to the engine), and lift it up, and the oil drains back into the engine
 

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that's a good idea too just like a catch can to collect the build up
 

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update:

yeah, no difference except visually relocated

 
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