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It's not really a valve, it's just a chamber where the oil mist can separate for the air and the oil drains back into the pan, there shouldn't be that much air travelling through it unless you have serious blow by from worn out rings.
That caused by poor air filters letting very fine dust to pass and that wipes out the rings. OR so it was for me.

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hello Kinarti

I live in grants pass,ore @ about 3500rpms it sounds like very noisey lifters at first it was only while climbing hills ,now it is any time @ 3500rpms

I have had the valves or shims adjusted and he did not find the problem

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do a compression check and see what you get, another more difficult is the blow down test which is build and adapter and blow air into you cylinder, I ran with a bad filter and wiped out my rings and I drool all over my separator, I later made my own and I think it's better and cheaper.

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