Ohhhh... Okay.. Well in that case, IMO I don't think I'd ever run hoses to the actual crankcase, if I really wanted extra blowby plus the oil to return to engine, I'd just run 4 hoses to valve cover to can, then one or 2 hoses to the oil pan or filter or anywhere that can receive oil that doesn't have blowby pressure so it's strictly only going into oil system. But everyone is different and as I learn more maybe I'll end up changing my mind lol. Well sorry for this ridiculous convo and being patient with me and this misunderstanding, really appreciate the help! Most people would of gotten mad by now and tell me to go F myself and do more research, which I've done TONS of on these and still obviously learning lol. But thanks to you once again, I know what to do😁👍 Sounds like I'm going up to the shop rn to make some changes before I get this towed to the tune! Appreciate it man, wish me luck. I'll lyk the results and how it goes!The hoses in the back is both blow-by (crankcase pressure) and oil. Pressure in the crankcase will naturally cause oil to also be pushed out. Because the ports on the breather can are on the bottom, any oil that gets pushed out will also naturally flow back into the block via gravity.
And yes....#2 is what you should be doing.