depends on can design. some are just cylindrical cans with nipple openings, others have baffles and screens inside. But it'll never get all the oil out. plus the gas is heated up from the oil so better to just vent it. I routed the vent hose down through where the secondary O2 sensor is routed near chassis and rear mudflap, then secured the opening on the other side of the muffler bracket (4 holes). Hose hasnt melted (yet) and fires right out the back. Just a temporary set up. if permanent I'd use a heat shielded hose or similar.ah, I have the the cans that run the line back into the intake. I wonder if it would make any difference. I suspect the hot oil would make much more difference that just hot air??
what's the X-axis on the gear graph? time? what's each division?
Yes it's time. the 2 troughs on the graph are shift points, first being 2nd gear, and tops off at end of 4th. the Y is in MPH. went through the gears to 8k rpm as similarly as humanly possible for the entire run.