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Old 05-04-2016, 09:15 PM   #51
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Old 05-26-2016, 08:00 PM   #52
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I am currently running the street series aos. I took my process west tmic off today to replace a Plx a/f gauge that had crapped out. I was surprised to see a decent about of oil in my throttle body coupler and tmic. I do have a built motor so tolerances are different than most. I'll be switching to the competition series.

I called IAG today and asked about the comp series and my e85 use and how long it takes to start to dilute the oil. They said 750-1500 miles depending how you drive. I only drive maybe 2-3 k a year and already do short intervals so this is not a big deal for me. I run valvoline vr1 10w30 non synthetic.
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Old 05-26-2016, 08:49 PM   #53
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I am currently running the street series aos. I took my process west tmic off today to replace a Plx a/f gauge that had crapped out. I was surprised to see a decent about of oil in my throttle body coupler and tmic. I do have a built motor so tolerances are different than most. I'll be switching to the competition series.

I called IAG today and asked about the comp series and my e85 use and how long it takes to start to dilute the oil. They said 750-1500 miles depending how you drive. I only drive maybe 2-3 k a year and already do short intervals so this is not a big deal for me. I run valvoline vr1 10w30 non synthetic.
My oil report at 800 miles was great, zero contamination. I a week or so I will have 2k miles on the oil. I will report back on the results.
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Old 05-26-2016, 09:25 PM   #54
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Is this on E85?
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Old 05-26-2016, 09:28 PM   #55
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Is this on E85?
Yes, 500~at wheels 28psi
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Old 05-27-2016, 08:58 AM   #56
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I am currently running the street series aos. I took my process west tmic off today to replace a Plx a/f gauge that had crapped out. I was surprised to see a decent about of oil in my throttle body coupler and tmic. I do have a built motor so tolerances are different than most. I'll be switching to the competition series.

I called IAG today and asked about the comp series and my e85 use and how long it takes to start to dilute the oil. They said 750-1500 miles depending how you drive. I only drive maybe 2-3 k a year and already do short intervals so this is not a big deal for me. I run valvoline vr1 10w30 non synthetic.
So it seems the street series also has some oil escaping into the intake tract. Thanks for posting your results. I was considering switching to the IAG street series from my Crawford AOS because the IAG seems to be built better. However, with no improvement over the Crawford, I'll stick with what I have.
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Old 05-28-2016, 07:43 AM   #57
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I am currently running the street series aos. I took my process west tmic off today to replace a Plx a/f gauge that had crapped out. I was surprised to see a decent about of oil in my throttle body coupler and tmic. I do have a built motor so tolerances are different than most. I'll be switching to the competition series.

I called IAG today and asked about the comp series and my e85 use and how long it takes to start to dilute the oil. They said 750-1500 miles depending how you drive. I only drive maybe 2-3 k a year and already do short intervals so this is not a big deal for me. I run valvoline vr1 10w30 non synthetic.
Side question: with only driving 2~3k per year, how do u manage the E85 to avoid collection of moisture? I assume you don't let it sit in the tank for more than a week or so?
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Old 05-28-2016, 07:53 AM   #58
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I only run E85 May through October/November. My gas mileage is not very good with E85 of course. I drive the car a couple times a week to work (36 mile round trip back roads) or go for a cruise. I go through a tank every 3 weeks or so. I probably should run a stabilizer like lucas or something. I will probably start. I'm on my first E85 fill up of the year currently.

we only have one E85 station around. Its fairly consistent at E70

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Old 05-28-2016, 08:01 AM   #59
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I only run E85 May through October/November. My gas mileage is not very good with E85 of course. I drive the car a couple times a week to work (36 mile round trip back roads) or go for a cruise. I go through a tank every 3 weeks or so. I probably should run a stabilizer like lucas or something. I will probably start. I'm on my first E85 fill up of the year currently.
Sounds good! I use Lucas E85 conditioner. Daily drive mine 10k+ during summer months. I store it with 93 octane during winter months
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When i switch from the street series to the comp series, will the vacuum on my boost gauge read differently??
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Old 06-15-2016, 09:48 PM   #61
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I only run E85 May through October/November. My gas mileage is not very good with E85 of course. I drive the car a couple times a week to work (36 mile round trip back roads) or go for a cruise. I go through a tank every 3 weeks or so. I probably should run a stabilizer like lucas or something. I will probably start. I'm on my first E85 fill up of the year currently.

we only have one E85 station around. Its fairly consistent at E70
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Sounds good! I use Lucas E85 conditioner. Daily drive mine 10k+ during summer months. I store it with 93 octane during winter months
I am very curious about this. With my first build, I ran E85 also only during the summer months. Car is a weekend only vehicle, so I would also only fill say every 3 weeks. I ran DW1300 injectors. Mysteriously, the shop/tuner would find my injectors would need to be replaced, twice within 12 months. Second build, different shop/tuner, decided against running E85 because it was felt the E85 and infrequent running gummed/corroded the injectors. But it seems you're having better luck. Is the stabilizer the magic bullet? You're running your car exactly like me, limited mileage/use.

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When i switch from the street series to the comp series, will the vacuum on my boost gauge read differently??
I've only used the comp series, have a Defi boost gauge, so maybe we compare notes on how yours is reading with the street series vs what I see.

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Old 06-15-2016, 10:20 PM   #62
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Installed mine last week. Great fit and finish. The AOS body was a lot larger than I thought it was going to be (good thing). All hoses are oil-safe rubber made by Gates. Fitment was mostly spot on, but may require some adjustment if you are not completely stock. My A/C lines were repaired a couple years back due to a leak, so it took some creativity to get it to fit right.

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Heres mine before and after. Pitch stop mount works wonders for FMIC setups. Cleans up a lot.

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I just sent rick an email but figured I would post the question here also. Not sure how fast the response will be.

Anyone running one of these on an ej207? I have a stage 2 v8 207 in an 02 wrx with the factory JDM sti top mount. Doesnít seem like anything is listed for a 2.0 and since Iíve never had a 2.5 I do not know what the differences are when plumbing the AOS. Iím sure itís all pretty similar but just wanted to make sure.
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I just sent rick an email but figured I would post the question here also. Not sure how fast the response will be.

Anyone running one of these on an ej207? I have a stage 2 v8 207 in an 02 wrx with the factory JDM sti top mount. Doesnít seem like anything is listed for a 2.0 and since Iíve never had a 2.5 I do not know what the differences are when plumbing the AOS. Iím sure itís all pretty similar but just wanted to make sure.
IIRC some EJ20s have one less crankcase port, but I believe that is a balance port, so it should not effect installing an AOS. I am going off memory from years ago, but this is the best I recall from comparisons. I'm sure IAG can give you a more precise answer in regards to their AOS.
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IIRC some EJ20s have one less crankcase port, but I believe that is a balance port, so it should not effect installing an AOS. I am going off memory from years ago, but this is the best I recall from comparisons. I'm sure IAG can give you a more precise answer in regards to their AOS.
Thanks for the help. I ended up getting a response and they recommended part# IAG-ENG-7150. They also informed me that the cruise control module will need to be relocated and they have a PDF showing how to do it. Just thought I would post this to help the next guy with a 02 wrx or 207 swap.
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