After tracking down all the oil leaks on the new motor in May, I changed the intake gasket along with all the other required, leaky ones. After a short time, the front rubber started to push out, just behind the alternator. It eventually got bad enough where it started to leak oil. When I could no longer stand looking at the leak (last weekend) I changed the intake gasket again. A little over a week later, the new gasket is now pushing out, and has started a slow leak. When I first assembled the engine, I used RTV, and not the rubber pieces to seal the end of the intake. I guess this is the route I will take when I change it again. It must be the higher oil pressure from the high volume oil pump that is contributing to this, but I've never had such a problem on many, many other engines. The PCV valve is working, and in good shape. Any suggestions?