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Old 11-06-2012, 03:52 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if I can just put filters on all the PCV spouts? Meaning the one from intake to oil fill tube and any other ones. It's on 95 5.0 btw
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i believe there should be a filter on it.
check late model restoration. they actually sell that exact filter i think.
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Does anyone know if I can just put filters on all the PCV spouts? Meaning the one from intake to oil fill tube and any other ones. It's on 95 5.0 btw
If you mean "just put filters on all the PCV spouts" instead of leaving it connected, then yes you can, but you will have oil mist escaping and getting all over everything.


I would put the filter or one like it shown below in the PCV line and leave it properly connected.


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An oil catch seems like what I'm gonna do. So I just need to plug the intakes tube and run the catch can off the fill tube
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If you mean "just put filters on all the PCV spouts" instead of leaving it connected, then yes you can, but you will have oil mist escaping and getting all over everything.

I would put the filter or one like it shown below in the PCV line and leave it properly connected.

Jegs Oil Air Separator
^^^+1....thats what I did mine was off a okoma machine , air compressor one will work
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So do I just replace the Pcv with the separator and that's it?? I just got the Pcv kit from lrs, but I think this is how I wanna go when I do my build. Any install instructions? Much appreciated!!
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Pvc to air oil separator, then AOS to intake pretty easy
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So do I just replace the Pcv with the separator and that's it?? I just got the Pcv kit from lrs, but I think this is how I wanna go when I do my build. Any install instructions? Much appreciated!!
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Pvc to air oil separator, then AOS to intake pretty easy
Exactly like Quball said, Leave the PCV system in place, run the hose from it to the AOS, then run the hose from the AOS to the intake.
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Ok. That makes sense. Thanks for the help guys
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