I'm at a loss for what's happening with my PCV system and all the apparent blowby I'm all the sudden getting. I have a '13 w/ P1SC (pullied for about 9-10psi), and I fully realize the Procharger method of capping the passenger side PCV and then routing the driver's side to the intake tube kinda sucks, and is prone to getting some oil in the intake. So I installed a catch can (Bob's separator can - drivers side). It seemed okay for a little while and all the sudden I started smoking on startup and then while accelerating. So I took everything apart and wanted to die at what I found. Oil ALL over the place. All through the intake (see pics) - all over the fender well area where the BPV is. And it looks like spraying on the intake tube somehow??? I've looked at countless posts here trying to find a solid PCV solution with a Procharger, but is there one that just uses breathers, and routes under the car, to avoid the fumes when the heater/vent is on? I had breathers on for a bit, and couldn't stand the stink and the smoke/vapor coming out when sitting in traffic (in addition to the fumes from the offroad pipe/no cats). I don't understand why all the sudden there's a ton of oil everywhere? Maybe the catch can failed?? OR maybe failed ring(s) in the motor is allowing lots of oil through (really hope not)?? I emptied the head unit and found it had almost 6 oz of oil, which is the proper amount, so it doesn't appear to be the head unit leaking its own oil. Any help is greatly appreciated!