Before everyone jumps on me I have searched the archives and read many post before I decide how to do my PCV on my SBC. I have done the installation and now I have a coupe of questions that I need some advice on. I have a SBC running 3-2's with the old style breather tube up front. I drilled the manifold down through the coil boss into the lifter valley. I then welded a baffle, actually a flat piece of 1/8 alumninum between the triangular webbing to act as a splash shield. I then inserted a threaded nipple and went to a PVC screwed into the center carb. The only breathers i have on the motor is the front breather tube that has a breather on the end not a locking cap. I have checked the PCV for proper flow, it is the old 1965 SBC Rochester 2 barrell screw in type. Here lies the question, it is sucking oil, not terrible, but a little is too much for me. I marked the outside porcelin on a the sparkplugs with a magic marker and they all are a burning beautiful almond except for a small area towards every intake valve which is oil stained. Upon inspection the PCV valve has a little oil in it and the hose has a little oil in it as well. I have used a pint in about 100 miles. Any ideas how to correct this probem. As you know the PCV valve comes out of the center carb somewhat horizontally, they worked ok horizontally in 1965, could the parts man have given my the wrong one? Any ideas or thoughts would be greatly appreciateed.