Hi everyone, After experiencing oil accumulation issues inside my boost pipe / discharge tube, I decided to give the PCV delete trick a try. I therefore connected both valve cover tubes to a catch can that I wanted to vent. After a test drive, I noticed that the car sometimes skipped under hard acceleration so I went back home. Note that the A/F was still perfect during the tests. Back home, I noticed a lot of white cream on the oil filler cap, PCV valve, inside the catch can; on every possible part leading to oil vapour. There was also some clear liquid inside my catch can looking like FUEL. I first checked if there were bubbles inside the coolant tank, nothing. Everything was perfect. I then removed the oil filler cap and started the car. There was a very noticeable amount of white smoke coming out. I decided to drain my oil to do a diagnostic. It was perfect black, not a single trace of contamination. The only noticeable weird fact was a fuel smell. I then started the car with the oil filler cap off and noticed the same thing; white smoke and cream accumulation. I decided to install back the PCV kit as OEM and this resolved ALL my problems: no smoke out of oil filler cap, no white residue, no skipping problem. There’s no abnormal smoke coming out of the tail pipes. Here’s some info about the car and temperature... - GT 2001 with 45 000 miles - Stock unopened engine - Vortech V2 @ 9.5 PSI - Temperature: 5 degrees Celcius and very humid Any idea?