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Old 02-24-2015, 02:19 PM   #1
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Oil Separators

So I need to purchase an oil separator just don't know which one I was recommended the firewall separator which goes for $224 on the Lund Racing website. My question is there a noticeable difference between this separator and the ones sold on American muscle, steeda etc. Can someone running either or give me some feedback, thanks!
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The ones listed on the Lund Racing website are the Bob's Oil Seperators and what I have on my car. The are not plug and play like the others that sit on the radiator hose. The extra install effort though was worth the amount of oil it catches.

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Get a UPR. Nothing more needs to be said.

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I’d suggest running a separator of your choice that has at least a 3.0 ounce capacity. I can’t say which brand is best since they don’t come with efficiency ratings, but they do their job and collect oil. I run the Moroso, here’s an inside look:
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I have a Bob's and I'm very happy with it, very high quality piece, worth every penny


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1. Just about any brand will do.

2. Make sure you don't have vacuum leaks.

3. Empty it every oil change.

Personally, I think I cheap disposable kinds would be great, but noone is marketing those since they're so cheap there's no money to be made on them.

Don't be fooled by the marketing. You don't need to pay $150-200 for something that a $10 part could do. Go somewhere in the middle for $50-70 MAX.
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