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Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct now carries highly sought-after high-performance upgrades and accessories brought to you by IAG Performance.
On this page, you are looking at the IAG Performance Street Series Air/Oil Separator. This unit has been designed to vent crankcase gasses back into the turbo inlet and to prevent buildup in your intake. The design was built around years of working with racing and high-horsepower platforms. It is a patent pending design that features a 1-liter capacity fully heated housing that offers superior breathing.
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RallySport Guarantee - 30 Days
Items that are covered under the RallySport Guarantee offer a 30 day no questions asked return policy.
RallySport Guarantee items may be returned within 30 days of the original invoice date and must include all the original parts and contents for a refund.
The RallySport Guarantee does not apply to products that have been modified, damaged, misused or abused. All returns require an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) Number, and freight charges are strictly non-refundable. For more information regarding our freight refund policy, please refer to our return policy page found HERE.
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REVIEWS & CUSTOMER MEDIA
Before installing this product, I would get random knocks anywhere between 1.8 or 2.4 with normal/ spirited driving. I'm only a day in but 38 mins/13 miles later (pic attached), everything stayed at 0. Maybe it's just me, but I feel like the car runs a little better. First off, this thing is much larger In person (that's what he said.. ) solid build. As soon as you pick it up, you'll know what I'm talking about. This install took me like 2638#[email protected]@763819 hours to install for a couple reasons. IAG provides PDF instructions but if you download the competition instructions, you'll be a little lost as the top piece is different. I ended up finding a video on YouTube of a guy who installed this and I followed his lead for the most part. This isn't a crazy install, however, the clips on the crank case hoses are a pain to get off so that took me a while to do. Also, instead of watching every little step, once you find out which hoses go onto the AOS everything else will begin to make sense as they all vary in size. Also, have a towel with you as you're going to pull the hose on the coolant reservoir and the tube on the turbo inlet and you will lose a little coolant. Lastly, after everything is put back together, don't forget to pull the metal prongs from the old plugs on the rails and pop them into the lose plugs and wrap them up with electrical tape. I forgot to do that at the end and got a "PCV disconnected" code. Thought I broke something until I did that. Immediately the code went away. I also received a call from the dealership saying my check engine light turned on and that I should schedule an appt! Crazy right!? Bottom line, although it's a pain to install, you'll sleep better at night knowing your car is going to run better and longer! I recommend it. I also recommend having a case of beer and have patience. It'll all make sense as you're doing it.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Heat Xavier3 months agoDoes this require you to tap into a coolant hose to heat the oil?
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A: It does have coolant channels, yes.Devan M. @ RallySport Direct 3 months ago
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