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Air/Oil Separator Mounting/Need

I am getting ready to put this back into the car with new hoses. Does anyone have pictures of how the unit mounts?

I am also considering just removing it and running the crankcase breather pipe to the oil tank directly. Any thoughts or opinions on doing so?

Any help is appreciated, thanks.

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We're fans of using the factory AOS if you have an oil tank with drain-back port.
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this bit?



Sorry - came out sideways even tho I rotated them before posting.
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We're fans of using the factory AOS if you have an oil tank with drain-back port.
Thanks Chris - is this mainly just to keep oil from gumming up the intake track?

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Sorry - came out sideways even tho I rotated them before posting.
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Yep, that's it Alan. I think I may have lost a bracket or something because I cant figure out how it mounts to the side of the engine bay.
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The bottom pic shows the mounts - two bolts on a bracket - I haven't removed mine. I can try and take more pics of the hose connections if you need.
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Thanks Chris - is this mainly just to keep oil from gumming up the intake track?
Yes, all the engines have some blow by, may as well separate it efficiently and route the oil back to the tank in liquid form. It leaves almost no oil vapor in the breather hoses.
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Cool thanks all.

I think I am missing a bracket to get it mounted to inner fender. Does it just attach to the oil tank mounting studs?
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Yes, just a simple strip of metal with a 90deg twist in it, fits on forward tank stud.

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