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Old 09-21-2013, 04:29 PM   #1
rkl303
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Hopefully the picture works but I installed my Ixiz AOS seperator today and while putting back everything I realized I had forgotten which connects with which. Right now I have the hose from the intake manifold going to the lower of whatever this solenoid is and the top hose goes to a T that goes to...?

Also I was following Ixiz's install guide with reference from Subie TV's install of the Crawford's AOS and I noticed the main difference is that Ixiz keeps the oem pcv in play. Is this a good thing? I hope so because it is a $@*( to get that PCV valve off the crank case and a $#%^ to pull off my MRT TMIC.

Finally I had to add some incline to the hose with the check valve and I believe at one point it is higher than the other hoses entrances into the AOS separator. Is this an issue? Or is going to be a non factor as the oil will sit in the lower line under boost and get sucked back in under vacuum conditions?

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Richard
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Old 09-21-2013, 08:11 PM   #2
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answered on iwsti...
it is the same as mine, and ive never had mine off.
so I think its correct.
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Old 09-21-2013, 11:26 PM   #3
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Thanks Hutch. Only reason I posted here was because I am getting stir crazy waiting for a response and wanted to drive my car.
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