Just Rob's 2.0tfsi Full PCV Delete project, and why you need to do it too.

Donfero

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The vacuum line isn't , you need it , but there is nothing gained by not using the oem vacuum line pass through , unless your VC has a vacuum leak which is not unheard of.
Sometimes the seal of the inner plate on the VC can develop leaks , in turn leading a vacuum loss in one or more of the chambers.
The leaks tend to be in the pcv pass through port section for some reason, but can be in the vacuum line pass through.
The ports are connected just not through the VC, i rerouted the ports via an external pipe, so according to your info im still good.

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you will be as long as your joints are nice and air tight.:icon thumright:
 

Jbryant

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Hi rob new here. I've read all of your post on pcv delete. But I'm not sure which one to do. So which one is the best setup you have done so far.
 

JamesElzy89

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I’ve been watching this for ages and contemplating this. Now my ****** PCV has failed on me there is no other option. Come on Rob hook up the boys with your new remastered design we are all interested :)
 

Donfero

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I’ve been watching this for ages and contemplating this. Now my ****** PCV has failed on me there is no other option. Come on Rob hook up the boys with your new remastered design we are all interested :)
Yeah Rob we are all waiting

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I've not had the interest guys, yes a few of you have shown interest but not really enough to justify doing a batch run as yet.
 

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Emptied out the catch can today, the stuff in there was light brown smelling like fuel, is that bad??

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just think how much more efficient the combustion will be now without the addition of all that nastiness.
 

B7Benny

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hello Rob.i hope you are well these days. Hopefully life will be some what regular again. any ways I am still rockin my Brilliant black as well. had to replace the turbo cause of a cracked manifold ( Really Cracked)! I am still running your original set up! with my own time will tell observation mods. One thing i am experimenting with is a second baffled can/Aluminum bottle packed with steel wool on the turbo side PCV what i had noticed was i was still getting oil at the base of my TIP and in my intercooler's. Not as much but sill enough to bother me. with the original stock set up the braided metal tube goes down into the turbo. down is what i found works well. because even with my lines plumb there would be a considerable amount of oil in the line and it would just sit there over time. i also noticed the rear PCV hardly has any oil residue in the line. When i would take my can out to clean it( which is every 2-3 weeks) i would notice fresh oil build up inside the return hose and fitting to TIP. so my idea is to trap the gases in an aluminum water bottle modifed to filter even more of the oil. so the oil exits into a bottle flat with steel wool packed in pretty good( but not to much to restict air flow). then after the steel wool i placed a oil sponge ( like used in our lawnmowers) right before the exit line going back to the can to even restict more oil before it hit the can! I also bored out the inlet holes inside the can to allow more flow. so far it appears to be doing its job. i dont have excess oil in the line going to the can..what i am working on also is a can like ours but with actual 19mm ins and outs!
 

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Yep, i'm very well thanks.
It is always nice to see someone tinkering with a setup until it works just right. My original setup did the job very well but was always going to be a work in progress project, some parts worked well and other less so , but that's how a product evolves really.
It has evolved into a very good system now and I have almost zero oil residual from a much more compact setup so very pleased with how it turned out.
I did have plans to market the final version but for now i'm just sitting on the design , and with things the way they are I doubt it would be on anyones priority list.
Maybe later in the year, so watch this space.
Have a good one.
rob
 

BrickRS

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Rob's full PCV delete kit on Škoda Octavia RS.......OUT from OCT is back to the original turbo inlet, Hope it will work fine
 

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shannon1906

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Hi Rob,

Just spent most of today reading through this thread.

Many thanks for the hard work and dedication on doing this.

I have a MK5 Golf GTI track car, I run the front Forge PCV Delete kit and have been experiencing issues recently with a very oily and smelly exhaust gases on deceleration. I believe this is because I haven't deleted the rear part of the PCV?

I'm hoping you can supply me a front PCV blanking plate, if not I'm hoping I can modify my Forge one.

Also, question with the can. Am I able to run a 2 port can and have a breather on the can instead of venting back to the TIP/turbo? Do you think this will work?

There's just one last thing I'm not 100% on, the small pipe to the left of the front PCV does this need modifying in anyway?

Many Thanks,

Shannon.
 

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So then , a bit of an update for those following this.
If you want to eliminate even more nastyness getting recycled into your combustion cycle, try a piggyback tank setup.
Both tanks can be different sizes, it makes no odds, it's the effect of the second tank that is important.
By fitting that second tank , even if it is a fraction of the main tank size , it will act like a fine filter and catch the last dreggs that get past the primary tank.
One tank setups work very well but still don't catch everything.
So if you feel like a new project , add a secondary tank inline to the primary tank.:icon thumright::yes:
 

Gian180T

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Boa Tarde, sou Brasileiro e encontrei aqui muito informação importante, grato pelo tempo empenhado nesses testes.
tenho um passat b6 2.0 fsi turbo e estou fazendo uma grande manutenção, parte dela é resultado do sistema pcv, que impregnou tudo no motor, em breve irei eliminar esse sistema com as dicas que encontrei aqui.
ancioso para ver o resultado do novo kit Rob.
 

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I think we need a translation.., i've got passat B6 fsi turbo , but thats it..lol
 

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Boa Tarde, sou Brasileiro e encontrei aqui muito informação importante, grato pelo tempo empenhado nesses testes.
tenho um passat b6 2.0 fsi turbo e estou fazendo uma grande manutenção, parte dela é resultado do sistema pcv, que impregnou tudo no motor, em breve irei eliminar esse sistema com as dicas que encontrei aqui.
ancioso para ver o resultado do novo kit Rob.

Here we go , all done:thumbs up:

‎Good Afternoon, I am Brazilian and found here much important information, grateful for the time committed to these tests. ‎
‎ I have a passat b6 2.0 fsi turbo and I'm doing a great maintenance, part of it is a result of the pcv system, which impregnated everything in the engine, soon I will eliminate this system with the tips I found here. ‎
‎ to see the result of the new Rob kit.‎
 
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BrickRS

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Hi, I'm using Rob's full PCV delete system for some time and it works fine. Each weekend is OCT full of "engine fluid" which smells like mixed oil and gas. I have probably too small OCT. Maximum is 2 dcl of fluid so I have to clear it really often. But cooler and intake are like a new one without any oil etc
So thanks to Rob for this thread.
I'll upload some pics.
 

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Some pics.
 

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Do you have a drain tap fitted to the tank?
If not it would be a good idea just to reduce the amount of times you need to remove the cannister, removing the cannister once every few months is fine to keep the micro filter clear , the drain tap will help weekly for draining out the nasty stuff.
 

BrickRS

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Hi, another winter OCT experience. In Czech is now really cold and I have problem with frozen OCT. Due to my short drives to work and back, the OCT catches a lot water. Ice from OCT I can remove easily, but I have problem with rear up hose (original from head to turbo). The hose was 2x times completely frozen, full of ice. I'm thinking about to closed this hose and open front up one instead of it (original PCV system). I can reach and clean this hose easier than the back one. I Will change the OCT position as well. Probably somewhere next to the air filter, so the OCT hoses from engine could be shorter. Only the hose from OCT to the turbo intake will have still the same length. Can I try this I will post some pics....
 

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Frozen OCT
 

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BrickRS

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Can I change/switch the rear up hose for the front up??? The rest of OCT system will be without any change. Thnks for advice B.
 

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Hi, it must be cold then but it does also highlight the amount of water vapour etc in the system.
I'll have a think, glad you brought this to our attention aswell as for you owners in colder climates a work around will be required.
 

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Other than the ice problem , which is a first so far, how are you finding the setup?

I'm thinking a bypass link pipe, short as possible which you can use in your colder region.
 

BrickRS

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So, I tried to close rear up and open front up..... We will see morning
Due to covid, I cannot buy right pipe, so this is just for try and Red silikon hoses ordered
 

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So, I tried to close rear up and open front up..... We will see morning
Due to covid, I cannot buy right pipe, so this is just for try and Red silikon hoses ordered

Just curious about the input and output of your oil catch can. Is it one input and two output? as i notice you have a pipe connecting to the intake pipe and another one connected to the one under the intake manifold.
 

BrickRS

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Hi,
I have 2 In, 1 out OCT.
It's Rob's pcv delete system with one diference. I closed rear up pipe (originaly leads to the turbo housing). I had there 90° knee up and I had "ice problem" due to the frozen weather in our country. So I closed this and open the front up.
Pipe from engine bottom without any change.
Tried this set up in - 20 degrees and no problem. I had to take out small filter in OCT, due to the same problem.
 
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