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Death but it certainly wont hurt the engine/ intake.
With the advent of improved emissions control bringing pcv vent but then EGR/Cooled egr. A boosted motor tends to have more blow by into crank case, which as a result a lot more recoup being funneled back into the intake. Now if you use really exceptional type 4 synthetic oils that have very low volatility and overall less antagonistic, it helps the cause a lot. Most of that stuff gets flushed through with port injection. On DI motors its hella bad.
 
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Its been beat to
Death but it certainly wont hurt the engine/ intake.
With the advent of improved emissions control bringing pcv vent but then EGR/Cooled egr. A boosted motor tends to have more blow by into crank case, which as a result a lot more recoup being funneled back into the intake. Now if you use really exceptional type 4 synthetic oils that have very low volatility and overall less antagonistic, it helps the cause a lot. Most of that stuff gets flushed through with port injection. On DI motors its hella bad.
What oils would that be?
 

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All have majority pao

Penz ultra has very low vol also similar to what i mentioned
 

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mPAO oils are really good. Look into PAO vs.mPAO.

I’m wondering if the oil separator the Ford Performance current GT500 would work on the Raptor R?
 
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