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Old 06-24-2012, 11:35 PM   #1
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Will the JLT oil separator from AM that's stated to fit 05-10 gt, will it fit the 05-10 v6??
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Even if it doesn't you can get your own 3/8in hose from a parts store and make it fit.
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There is a much cheaper alternative HERE.
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Oooh! I like that! It's even got a bracket to mount it out of the way.
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Oooh! I like that! It's even got a bracket to mount it out of the way.
Yeah, those things are nothing more than compressed air filters, made to mount on your air compressor lines in your shop.
You might be able to pick one up even cheaper at your local Lowe's, Home Depot or hardware store.


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What is it for? Like what purpose does it serve?
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What is it for? Like what purpose does it serve?
They catch the oil that could possibly recirculate into the intake.
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They catch the oil that could possibly recirculate into the intake.
what happens if the oil does get into the intake what problems could arise!
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what happens if the oil does get into the intake what problems could arise!
Nothing, the car runs fine without one. It just makes for a cleaner running motor and not as much oil is burned. Adds about 2hp in the end lol
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Re: JLT Oil Separator

That and burning that oil instead of catching it, leads to carbon buildup on your pistons, heads and valves.
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That and burning that oil instead of catching it, leads to carbon buildup on your pistons, heads and valves.
Yup! It's just a piece of mind product, I plan to get one eventually
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Yup! It's just a piece of mind product, I plan to get one eventually
Actually by keeping the carbon build up off of your engine combustion chamber parts it helps to prevent a whole slew of problems that could arise.


They are a necessity for any forced induction engine.
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Actually by keeping the carbon build up off of your engine combustion chamber parts it helps to prevent a whole slew of problems that could arise.

They are a necessity for any forced induction engine.
Still good for natural engines too right?
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Still good for natural engines too right?
Yes.
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Yes.
Haha I still haven't figured out yet if the JLT will fit thr 05-10 V6! Lol
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Haha I still haven't figured out yet if the JLT will fit thr 05-10 V6! Lol
See posts 3 & 5. They can be made to fit anything.
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Haha I still haven't figured out yet if the JLT will fit thr 05-10 V6! Lol


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