If you do that you'll start getting alot of blowby & wondering why it runs diffrent.I wouldn't put it into the exhaust. Most places in the exhaust will have more pressure than the CCV will have. If you had to put it in the exhaust you'll want to do it in a place where the pipe changes sizes and then I'd check to make sure what is ACTUALLY happening there with a manometer.
I'd just leave it open to the atmosphere or if you want to build a catch can to pull the oil out of vapor.
yep mine looked the same. but with the cowl hood I cut a hole in the insulation to make me feel like it was sorta a performance mod. I did the zoodad after and did see a small diffrence still, so maybe it made a diffrence. also put a hole in the filter so I could still use the filter minder. Havent done a ccv mod yet. Just havent seen a clean easy way to dump it out yet. I cant stand oil leaks so just leting it flow any wear would bother me. maybe for those who want to put on a lift they should vent them on the spring bolts for easier removal ointlaugh:badford350 has some good pictures I'm sure he'll be kind enough to post up here.
on average if all the ps engines were not leting any oil out of the ccv nobody would do this to keep the boots from blowing off the intercooler tubes. as far as the smell I agree just dont believe the lack of signs of oil.Diesel tractors have the blowby tube venting directly into the atmosphere, as do I on my truck. I have never noticed oil puddles under any of my trucks or tractors. To me the smell doesn't bother me, it smells like a diesel engine should. I have my 1in OD hose hanging over my drivers side frame rail hanging by the shock and don't notice anything getting coated by oil. You will see the smoke sometimes but that really depends on how much blowby your engine creates.....