VIRTUAL, looks good man!
now you just have your VTA catch can with the rear PCV connected to it right?
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Most people will loosen the canister from it mounting point on the engine bay, lift the canister, then remove the bottom plug and drain into a container for proper disposal.
For those customers that might want to make the process a little simpler, you could replace the plug with a valve fitting and attach some sort of hose for easier connect/disconnect disposal.
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We are working on a version for the 1.8t currently, and to answer the question of why -
Though it is less important on a port injection vehicle, there is still a use to remove the water/oil mix from the pcv system entering the intake tract. Not exactly the best combination for combustion. So while it isn't a maintenance issue, some prefer not to have that entering their intake.