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Discussion in 'Drivetrain, Exhaust and Electrical' started by VoodooBoss, Nov 6, 2015.
Shipping some of these today.
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looking forward to getting mine.
Driver side Oil-Air Separators are live on the ford racing website. I've went ahead and ordered 5 of them for stock here at KNS.
They're not pretty on the website yet but if you want to go ahead and order one you can call me or you can do it through the website.
Coupon code : TMO5OFF
2 are allocated, 3 still up for grabs.
How are these drained?
Personally I like the JLT separators, easily drained.
Thanks I grabbed one.
great question. I think I will stick with my JLT for the same reason.
Turkey baster, but based on my last two heavily tracked Mustangs, you'll do it very rarely.
My GT shows very little compared to my GT500.
I drained my oil separators today. The driver side had some oil mist that was easily wiped up with one paper towel and the drivers side had 40cc or approximately 1.4 oz in it. That's with approximately 4,400 miles and five track days. Not a big deal draining them and I did remove the drivers side to drain it. Took maybe a total of five minutes. I'll do this once a year and not bother checking them in between drains.
Of course. ;D
I checked mine this weekend and found similar conditions, if not bit more on passenger side. Same milage but no track days.
I installed one on my Boss passenger side and I use a vacuum pump and it works great. Just put it n the inlet line and you don't need to take it apart.
Here's a video on the oil separator from Ford Performance. I never thought of just tipping the separator on its side drain it.
Seriously! Everyone is talking about what a PITA it is to unscrew the top. Nice & simple!