Frankly I see no value in the ccv
mod, now proven otherwise maybe.
but proof that it is un needed seems easier.
aside from my boots being small and orange...they still hold up fine after 12 years and 180k, as is my turbo. maybe the extra oiling is a good thing.
But i am open to other ideas.
The problem i see is steel wool will become saturated and be nothing more then an oily pad obstructing flow.
see this in restaunt hoods all the time. That is the key behind the racor design, the filters are changed.
if doing the pvc route i would have a drain at the bottom for service draining, but I would make the body unscrew to change out the media or make sure it hasn't settled etc.
plus you have to have a clean system to start with, otherwise redue will just keep getting blown out of the IC
..maybey after doing a spearco swap would be a good time.
I had a design at one time that would flip the dog house around , feed a small servicable tank, and then return back to the intake. plenty of decent catch tanks on the "Bay" finding one that split would be harder.
just my 2 cent.
if I just had to do the ccv
mod my order of doing it would be ,
buy the racor kit, $$$$
if you can do it right.
or just buy rauls kit.