ryan u are so wise i knew u would come through with an answerOK, here is what you do. You cannot have a breather and PCV at the same time, you will be sucking unmetered air into the crankcase and into the intake from the PCV.
But you can run PCV with a check valve such that under boost it blocks pressure from going to the PCV, under normal driving conditions it will work normally.
However, that leaves you with no crankcase ventilation under boost. So you run a line from the valve cover to the blower inlet, but also with a check valve so it can only blow air out of the crankcase and not suck air into the crankcase and into the PCV. Also, it doesn't hurt to run a fuel filter on this line to keep and oil vapor out of the supercharger piping...which eventually will coat everything including the MAF.
I got my check valves from US plastics or something like that. On line, they were like $2 each or something.And where do I get a check valve from. Do they make them stock on a certain car and how do they hook up?
Listening for detonation is a bad way to find out, because if you can hear it, you could be too late. checking your plugs is the best way. Look for little dark specks on the porcelain. these are created from multiple flame paths caused by detonation. They will be best viewed immediately after a WOT run. Little specs of aluminum mean you are blowing holes in the pistons and it is too late.you dont think I will detonate do you? I cant hear if it detonating now or not. With the engine being so loud thats all I hear