I posted a while back under the heading "blowing oil out of the breather". Since then my problem has gotten worse, I'm now blowing oil violently out of the front of the engine to the extent of about a quart every three or four miles. Here's the details. 1: Less than 5000 miles on a remanufactured engine 2: Non baffled Holley valve covers with extra thick cork gaskets, multiple types of breathers tried with and without baffled grommets in passenger side vlv cover near firewall. Current breather is in with a baffled grommet. 3: PCV valve in drivers side front of engine with baffled grommet. Valve is new and functioning as designed. 4: Oil pressure pegs the needle, over 60 psi, at anything over an idle. I replaced the pump when I put the engine in and I thought that I asked for a stock pump, can't remember. 5: Valves and lifters, etc. visually inspected for any abnormalities when valve covers last removed. Oil drain holes in heads checked for blockage as well. Just finished this morning: 1: New STOCK oil pump 2: Fel Pro one piece oil pan gasket installed as per instructions 3: New cast aluminum timing chain cover with new gasket and new front seal. 4: Cleaned and degreased engine after assembly. I'm still blowing oil out of the front of the engine. It's all over the bottom half of the engine and all over the harmonic ballancer. Oil pressure with the new pump still pegs the needle at anything over an idle. This pump was a GM part from NAPA so it should fall within design specs. Doesn't seem quite as bad as it was but I only drove it down the road about a mile and back and it's still bad enough that I'd probably empty the oil pan within 50 miles.