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If its building enough oil/dust/whatever up on the compressor wheel you have bigger problems. It would take quite a bit of oil or dust to make the wheel to become unbalanced to the point of affecting the shaft and causing it to contact the cover.
Not to mention since the wheel is spinning at like a bazillian kilo-ripms the dust / dirt / ball bearings should also uniformly coat the wheel which would further reduce the chances of the wheel being off balance.
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The LML has a completly redesigned PVC system that traps oil from any blowby, and returns it to the sump.

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First as stated above I didn't say I owned them I seen them. Also didn't say they would be come unbalanced just there was a chance. Any dust getting that far should be checked and fixed. Not all trucks are created or cared for equally.

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As for "system that traps oil" Guess my 12 lml wasn't working cause I had oil residue in my air intake. So I rerouted my pcv.

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As for "system that traps oil" Guess my 12 lml wasn't working cause I had oil residue in my air intake. So I rerouted my pcv.
Ill second that, my 15.5 has a nice slick coating of oil inside the throttle body thats not a throttle body that looks just like a throttle body.

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My is rerouted to the ground for that reason also

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My is rerouted to the ground for that reason also
Once the Y bridge and exhaust get here, thats happening as well. Figure id do it all together.

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Yeah always easier that way

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Thanks for the info, will do a pcv reroute.
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