Thread: Street Mod.
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Old 07-26-2017, 10:31 AM   #1812
AtomicRacer
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Originally Posted by subydude View Post
IAG competition can is what you want. It's big enough to hold the oil that is pushed out, and the design is better than the Crawford can.
I noted on IAGs website that they recommend the "IAG Street" version for E85 users.

"*Please note that IAG recommends the STREET SERIES AOS for ALL cars running E85 or high-ethanol fuel blends. When tuning E85, ethanol vapors tend to stay in the crankcase, which ultimately results in the oil becoming diluted and requiring extremely frequent oil changes. Pulling vacuum via the Street Series recirculating design to the inlet is ideal for ethanol tuned vehicles, and will allow the ethanol to be removed from the crankcase and burnt off as part of the combustion process. "

-Paul
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