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#21 TymeSlayer

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Posted 20 January 2018 - 02:44 PM

Sure it works fine. The first picture is with the Caster/Camber plates, the second is without. 

 

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#22 Tnelson184

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Posted 21 January 2018 - 07:45 PM

The JLT looks like they do a fine job at stopping oil from getting into the intake manifold. I can't speak from experience since I have a Peterson catch/breather can set up. I know this way there is zero chance of any oil reaching the intake. I sent mine out to be anodized black to blend in a little better. I do notice a little bit of an oil smell every now and then, but nothing major. I might consider a coyote model can from Peterson in the future and route the vent down near the transmission. 

 

Also, when using a JLT you only need the passenger side can. The driver side is the fresh air inlet for the PCV system, almost no chance of any oil ever going in that side. As shown by people who have both and report nothing in the drivers side can. 

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#23 Rich B.

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Posted 22 January 2018 - 05:01 AM

Can't remember if the '67 Fastback had a PCV valve even, '69 road runner did for sure. Recall something about a hose from the oil cap routed back into engine or air filter, something like that.

The only thing I've questioned prior, is it better to remove internal contaminates by reburning or just have system open to atmosphere? Maybe the same difference as removing converters? https://en.m.wikiped...tilation_system https://en.wikipedia...lytic_converter

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#24 lee01

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Posted 22 January 2018 - 09:04 AM

Nice looking separator all right with FP logo. But do you have to undo the cover with screws to empty out excessive oil? Also where those are mounted do hoses and bracket need to be disconnected for pouring out catch can oil? Also must have a containment sump and be baffled I'd imagine.

haven't emptied once, its been there for around 200 miles ;)

It took 5 minutes to installed, so shouldn't too hard to take it off and clean it.


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