Well, if you want to alleviate the blow-by that would be one way. Either with the manual model used with Full Races Intercooler. Or, the electronic version designed for the OEM intercooler.so it would seem the TS BOV is the better first move?
Now you have to pressure sections of the motor. One being the PCV, and the other being the CCV. PVC side consists of the passenger side of the motor.
The PCV sits on the valve cover and allows pressure/ gases to flow back into the manifold to be sent through the combustion process where they are burned off. It’s this process that contaminates the MAP sensor and throttle body inside circumference; to include the butterfly valve. So, a small catch can on this side wouldn’t hurt. I did add a JLT here. It’s been about 3 weeks since I installed it. Truck say for two of those weeks while out of town for work. I’ll check it, and post my findings in the next 1-2wks. I’ll let you know if it was worth it. Thought it might act differently since it was isolated from the CCV side unlike the Full Race design which has both sides going to the same place.
The CCV side is located on the drivers side. This is the side the BOV is located on. Anything here will be expelled through the BOV.
Btw, should also check the MAP sensor to see how clean/ dirty it is. Thinking it’s not dirty because I get absolutely none of the hesitation and jerking anymore. I am still curious though.