can any one help me i don't want to run a pcv valve but im worried about blowing oil out of my dipstick tube does any one have any solutions thank you
As you've surmised, without PCV you still need some system to allow crankcase pressure to escape, otherwise it's going to cause problems like kicking oil out the dipstick tube, pushing out gaskets and seals, etc.
There are two solutions that come to mind: going back to the old style (pre-PCV) type system that just vents the pressure to the atmosphere, or running a race-style "pan evacuation" system that "pulls" the pressure into your header collectors and/or uses an engine-driven vacuum pump. The former is "bad" for pollution and doesn't work all that well unless the car is moving (and may prevent your car from passing inspection), the second can be expensive and often isn't recommended for street use because the pumps aren't designed to survive for long in that kind of environment.
Personally, I'd recommend running the PCV system. It's inexpensive, it works well, and there's very little "down side" to it. If you're worried about crankcase vapors diluting your intake charge and costing you power, realize that under WOT conditions when the manifold vacuum is at or very near zero, the PCV valve is going to tend to be -closed-, so no crankcase vapors will be present to dilute the charge. At WOT, it'll open only when crankcase pressure gets high enough to force it open - when you need it to be. Even then, unless you've got lots of cylinder blowby due to cylinder sealing issues, the air that comes out of your crankcase is still going to contain oxygen and therefore is still useable for the purposes of making power.