Whats the proper way to set up the oil seperator? i was thinking of using the husky filter from home depot, will this work... i am supercharged so will this cause a boost leak? or is it ok to use?
That's really not such a good idea. There's a lot more than just oil in there--oil, water, fuel, and dirt. Not something I'd want to put back into the engine.I routed that back to the crank case via the front cover. It vents the crank case directly, and recirculates captured oil back to the pan.
+1 on that. All of that blow by also starts to turn the oil acidic and creates sludge and varnish. You want that stuff out of the crankcase, not in it.That's really not such a good idea. There's a lot more than just oil in there--oil, water, fuel, and dirt. Not something I'd want to put back into the engine.
Only issue is you really need to check to see what some of these are rated at vacuum-wise. Some won't work well.Just put a vacuum cap on the drain on the Husky filter and it will stop the leak.
I also seen some filters in the Northern Tool catalog that would work that have a different drain valve.