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Old 06-17-2019, 10:21 PM
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I'd not run a forced induction setup without an air/oil separator. You can put the can anywhere you can get the hoses to reach, I think some guys attach it to the firewall
I agree with you. I have put 600 miles on blower so far and it makes me feel uneasy knowing that oil mist is going into my intake manifold. I am definitely going to keep it parked until my additional parts are installed.
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