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Old 02-19-2016, 10:29 AM   #1
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JLT Oil Seperator works

So I installed a JLT oil separator about a month or 2 ago on my 2013 Gt. I will say I am a pretty aggressive driver, I just checked the container last night and boy was I surprised. That thing was a quarter of the way filled. So looks like it's doing it job
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Yes, I think I got around 13ml for 12 miles. I'm an aggressive driver, I get confused and think my commute is a road course. I try to empty every 800-1000 miles.
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Anyone know the difference between the driver side and passenger side separators? Do we need both?
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from what I understand we only need it on the passenger side. I heard you don't get any oil on the driver side. That's just what I've heard no first hand experience.
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I heard it's not worth getting one on the driver's side, but, I also heard if you do a lot of racing and h*ll raising, it's a good idea to get one on the driver's side. I myself just installed the JLT oil separator on the passenger side and holy sh*t that thing was easy to install. Took literally seconds to do.
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This is a closed loop system. Air under vacuum flows from the passenger side of the crankcase to the intake, and then from the intake to to the driver side of the crankcase. Since the passenger side oil separator is under vacuum from the crankcase, it pulls oil from the crankcase. Since the drivers side oil separator is under vacuum from the intake there is little (hopefully no) oil pulled from the intake. I understand that this is true only if you are not running a supercharger.
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I checked mine for the first time and dumped it out. Look at that trash that would be going back into your engine. After 620 miles. Click image for larger version

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One of the best purchases i made was the JLT oil separator. Installation is really simple too.
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Well there goes another $100+ to AM
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Well there goes another $100+ to AM

Well worth it. 😊


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My container with less than 300 miles.

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UPR catch can 2015 model

I choose UPR "catch can" for my Cyclone.
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I have one on my 2015 Mustang GT PP, works great. I just order a 2016 F150 with 5.0 I think I will get one for it also.
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Y'all get some nasty blow by, mine is watered down oil.
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Y'all get some nasty blow by, mine is watered down oil.
This is the first time the collector had a milky oil. I haven't changed the brand of oil I use, Mobil one, or the filter brand, Motorcraft.
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Short runs, if the engine does not warm up you get water vapor that is what you are seeing
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Short runs, if the engine does not warm up you get water vapor that is what you are seeing

Are you saying theirs is short runs or my darker watered down oil is from short runs?
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Short runs, if the engine does not warm up you get water vapor that is what you are seeing
Thanks! I have the convertible and I try to get her out on the nice snow free days.

But she needs a good long run no doubt about it.

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Are you saying theirs is short runs or my darker watered down oil is from short runs?
water and oil has a Milky look.
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water and oil has a Milky look.

Gotcha, I wasn't fully paying attention.
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This was 1000 miles after passenger jlt oil separator on 14 supercharged v6...Click image for larger version

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This is one item in my mod short list.
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Long story short - I recently bought a very low mileage GT but it was 1800miles away. Knowing I was going to be road tripping it back home, and after reading a slew of the forums on this exact issue, thank you search feature, it was my very first mod. Now I did get asked by TSA what it was and they even had me open it up the can. Well after the 1800mile trip back home, I was floored by the amount of oil it caught. Just wish I would have taken a pic to show others.
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Just put JLT separator on my build list at AM after reading and seeing the pictures in this thread.
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Did the same mod after getting track key and Ford's instructions even recommending an oil separator to prevent pinging.

Have had similar results and usually drain twice between oil changes.


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Can you guy's believe the 2016 Camaro boys are paying $ 400.00 for a "catch can"?? Here's the inside of my UPR can. Paid $150.00
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