I may have gotten my self into a pickle. A friend of mine wanted me to build him a 327 for his old school Kustom 50 Ford shoebox. It's been years since I've built an engine for someone but I agreed. He had a mid-60's block with the large hole in the back next to the distributor and he wanted to use a road-draft tube because he had a set of clean Corvette valve covers with no holes and an intake with the oil fill tube in it. I convinced him that a PCV was a better way to go(for a bunch of reasons) and we found the tee-pee cap that goes over that hole in the block and I installed an inline PCV valve and a breather oil cap. Good, Right? Well, I've since found that there should have been a baffle mounted under the intake so the PCV would not draw in liquid oil. I don't think it's doing that but I'm concerned that it might. Is there anything I can do short of fabbing up a baffle to mount under the tee-pee to prevent oil from getting sucked up? I really don't want to pull the intake now that it's in the car and running. And I have not found that breather can available anyway. Oh, and I don't think I could get him to change valve covers either.