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Old 08-21-2018, 07:46 PM   #1
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Default Air Oil Separator for Crosstrek



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  • Labyrinth within Baffled Chambers increase efficiency
  • Does not delete Smog Component - Utilizes OEM PCV System
  • 2 Lines = 10 minute Install!
  • Tested on the Subaru-Backed Crosstrek Desert Racer for thousands of race miles

Fitment:
  • 2013 Crosstrek XV
  • 2014 Crosstrek XV
  • 2015 Crosstrek ]XV
  • 2016 Crosstrek XV
  • 2017 Crosstrek XV

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Old 08-21-2018, 09:08 PM   #2
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Nothing for the MY 18/19 yet?

Had whoever is running your Instagram page DM me a link for the AOS. They said they have the Crosstrek kit (assuming the listed above). I responded saying I have a 2018, they read the message but never replied again.
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Since California Air Resources Board rules are absurd, I would assume this is smog legal with the stock PCV being used?
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So. Somebody explain to me what this thing does or at least why it is beneficial.


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So. Somebody explain to me what this thing does or at least why it is beneficial.


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It separates the engine oil from the air in the air intake.

Oil carried into the intake is one of the potential sources of engine oil consumption, especially if the engine oil has vaporized.


This kind of modification is even more crucial on vehicles driven hard and/or have direct injection instead of the older fuel injection systems, as some believe it reduces the carbon build-up on the intake valves and intake ports of the engine.
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Nothing for the MY 18/19 yet?

Had whoever is running your Instagram page DM me a link for the AOS. They said they have the Crosstrek kit (assuming the listed above). I responded saying I have a 2018, they read the message but never replied again.
Sorry you did not receive a response yet. The Engine Bay has been changed around on the 18/19 Crosstrek's. We will be looking to produce these in the future.
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Since California Air Resources Board rules are absurd, I would assume this is smog legal with the stock PCV being used?
It doesn't have a CARB Certificate... But we haven't had any California Customers have any issues with our Dual Chamber (V3) Air Oil Separator which leaves the PCV intact as well.
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It separates the engine oil from the air in the air intake.

Oil carried into the intake is one of the potential sources of engine oil consumption, especially if the engine oil has vaporized.


This kind of modification is even more crucial on vehicles driven hard and/or have direct injection instead of the older fuel injection systems, as some believe it reduces the carbon build-up on the intake valves and intake ports of the engine.
There's more to it than that. You can read all about our AOS's here:

https://crawfordperformance.com/blog...-oil-separator
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There's more to it than that. You can read all about our AOS's here:

https://crawfordperformance.com/blog...-oil-separator
Thank you for sharing that link! It really helps clarify why spirited drivers like me need something like this, let alone drivers who want less oil consumption issues.
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Nothing for the MY 18/19 yet?

Had whoever is running your Instagram page DM me a link for the AOS. They said they have the Crosstrek kit (assuming the listed above). I responded saying I have a 2018, they read the message but never replied again.
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Sorry you did not receive a response yet. The Engine Bay has been changed around on the 18/19 Crosstrek's. We will be looking to produce these in the future.
We have just released an AOS for the 2018/2019 Crosstrek!
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