Great progress. Enjoyed the photos.
Check this out. Economy Coalescing Filter - 15F Series, Prep-Air II (Oil Removal) | Parker NA Get 3/8" pipe thread. Use in combination with a check valve to prevent back flow. Check Valve Extremely low crack pressure of .15.
Oil fumes will be captured in the filter before being sucked into the motor via the upper intake manifold. I drain mine every 2-3 months or so which has captured about 1 oz of oil from the vapors.
The problem isnt being able to do it but finding the time and deciding where i want to start. For me time is kinda limited as i work a full time job, go to school, and just recently started up a performance parts eCommerce store. Main focus atm is getting the store up and running but i plan on starting on the suspension first i think.Joshuaw22
go for it man the only way to live life is to chase ur dreams
I started interior exterior myself..
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then I got into putting hids into cars with halogen back in the days that was the crazy thing to do now its like every car...
then I figured out how to attach my lip without destroying it all the time that was quite a painful learning experience
I donno motor is definitely last though for sure
I still don't do engine internals yet
its definitely development that happens in ur mind as u go along u just start realizing stuff everything kinda makes sense Google YouTube parts stores theres many resources available no bind is unsolvable in auto mechanics I swear just be ready to be innovative and creative sometimes to keep moving forward
lol I misread ur postReally great progress so far. Soon i will be starting on building my car just havent decided where to start first whether it be steering/suspension, motor, or interior/exterior.