North American Turbocoupe Organization



Crankcase oil separator
thndr_chicken Offline
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I have never owned a vehicle with a part such as this. I am used to a PCV filter or breather, but never one of these. When I was rigging, gasketing, sealing, and re-hosing the salvage yard engine that is now in the car, I went ahead and had my parts guy find me a new crankcase oil separator. The only one he could find had its outlet pointing toward the shock tower, but I made it work with a little creative plumbing work. Anyway, does this thing really need to be replaced during the life of the engine? Is it able to be cleaned? My original engine had 170k on it. The salvage engine had unknown mileage. I just replaced everything I could while it was out. Thanks for any input on this.

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88 TC
Salvage yard long block doing fine
5-lug / big brake M-2300 kit coming soon
3" ATR downpipe / 3" single with Dynomax 3" Super Turbo muff
Fuel pump, adj. regulator coming soon
Boost and fuel pressure gauges are now in and functioning on the pillar
Want to build an Esslinger aluminum headed V8 eater
88 TC
Salvage yard long block doing fine
K&N in the fenderwell
5-lug conversion done / 17" Momo's on and looking good
Coil-overs up front, cut springs out back
Gillis valve
3" ATR downpipe / 3" single with Dynomax 3" Super Turbo muff
Fuel pump, adj. regulator coming soon
Boost and fuel pressure gauges are now in and functioning on the pillar
Did the heater core, what a pain!
Sequential flashers, thermostatically controlled forced air IC fan, and water injection all coming soon.
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Pete D Offline
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They should last forever if they don't rust out. All thats inside is baffels so that most of the oil in the air seperates out and runs back in the oil pan.
Pete Dunham


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