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  • JLT 3.0 Oil Separator - 2015-18 Mustang EcoBoost 2.3L

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    JLT 3.0 Oil Separator (Catch Can) DRIVER SIDE (2015-18 ECOBOOST MUSTANG)  3029D 

      ALL NEW JLT 3.0 Oil Separator
      The new design is the 3.0 because it hold 3oz of fluid where the original held a little over 1oz. Solid and thick Billet construction Easy install with full directions and videos
      NEW multi stage filter system designed to collect the finest of vapors and drop them into the easily removable bottom while allowing clean air to pass through to the intake. We put it up against the competition and have the videos to prove it.
      This kit is specific for the 2015-18 ECO BOOST Mustang driver side.

                *This product is NOT CARB (California Air Resource Board) Exempt. It is not for legal sale or use in the state of CA or any other states adopting CA emission standards and require a CA Executive Order (EO) number. Any orders placed for this item with a CA ship to address will be cancelled. 

                How does it work?

                During the process of venting crankcase pressure back through your intake track, large amounts of oil, in the form of vapors can gather/accumulate in your intake tube, intake manifold runners and even dilute your gas, lowering its octane level. This happens in all engines and is even worse with forced inducted vehicles (supercharged and turbocharged) as crankcase pressures are increased. Filtering consists of a fine mesh stainless steel screen that traps fine oil vapors and releases them once heavy enough to fall. They then pass through a 1/2" thick 1/16th" aluminum honeycomb filter where they grow even larger and then fall into the bottom. By the time the oil gets through the filter it's too heavy to be passed on into the intake. Drain it every 5000-7000 miles and you will never come close to filling it.