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    Crawford Performance Air/Oil Separator Holiday Group Buy


    ATTENTION DEAL SEEKERS: This is your once a year opportunity to receive 20% off our #1 seller, the Crawford Performance Air/Oil Separator. Save up to $76.99 on any of our units, including the new BRZ/FRS/GT-86!

    DETAILS:
    • Opens December 1, 2012, closes at 5PM December 31, 2012
    • 3 Tier Disount Struture

    - Guaranteed 10% off for all participants
    - 15% off with 15+ participants
    - 20% off with 30+ participants

    TO PARTICIPATE:

    Follow this link to make a deposit of $150 to secure your spot: Crawford Performance

    IN THE COMMENTS SECTION, please state:

    - Which unit (Part #)

    - Forum Screen Name 

    - Forum and/or where you heard about the group buy


    **For international orders, please call or email us to place your order**


    When the group Buy comes to a close, we will post an additional link for the balance + shipping (+ tax for California residents).


    PAYMENT INFO:

    We will be advertising this group buy through several forums, our Facebook page, and the public so spots should fill up quickly! We accept all major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, etc), PayPal (With a required 5% payment fee), and cash payments for local residents.


    SHIPPING BREAKDOWN:

    There will be a flat rate of $19.95 per domestic AOS unit purchased. For international orders, pricing will be quoted. Any California residents who participate in the group buy are subject to the 7.75% CA sales tax. Once the group buy has ended (5pm on December 31st, 2012), we will require roughly 1 week to process all orders and get them shipped out to your businesses and homes!


    UNITS AVAIL/PRICING BREAKDOWN:


    S0711: 2013+ Subaru BRZ/Scion FRS/GT-86 AOS
    (MSRP=$319.95, 20%=$255.96, 15%=$271.96, 10%=$287.96)


    S0712-1: Universal AOS
    (MSRP=$384.95, 20%=307.96, 15%=$327.21, 10%=$346.46)

    S0713-1: 2008+ Subaru STI Top Mount Intercooler AOS
    (MSRP=$384.95, 20%=307.96, 15%=$327.21, 10%=$346.46)

    S0714-1: 2002-2007 Subaru Impreza WRX & STI Top Mount Intercooler AOS
    (MSRP=$384.95, 20%=307.96, 15%=$327.21, 10%=$346.46)

    S0715-1: 2002-2007 Subaru Impreza WRX & STI Front Mount Intercooler AOS
    (MSRP=$384.95, 20%=307.96, 15%=$327.21, 10%=$346.46)

    S0716-1: 2008+ Subaru STI Front Mount Intercooler (OEM Turbo Location) AOS
    (MSRP=$384.95, 20%=307.96, 15%=$327.21, 10%=$346.46)

    S0716-2: 2008+ Subaru STI Front Mount Intercooler (Rotated Turbo Location) AOS
    (MSRP=$384.95, 20%=307.96, 15%=$327.21, 10%=$346.46)

    S0718: 2008+ Subaru WRX / 2005-2009 Subaru Legacy GT (OEM Turbo Location) AOS
    (MSRP=$384.95, 20%=307.96, 15%=$327.21, 10%=$346.46)

    S0718-1: 2008+ Subaru WRX / 2005-2009 Subaru Legacy GT (Rotated Turbo Location) AOS
    (MSRP=$384.95, 20%=307.96, 15%=$327.21, 10%=$346.46)


    PRODUCT INFORMATION:

    Drawing on our 35 years of racing knowledge, the Crawford Performance Closed Loop Air/Oil Separator was engineered and designed to keep the motor oil where it belongs – inside the motor and out of the intake system.

    In the stock configuration, the crankcase is vented to the intake system in three different places. Each of these vents have a baffle system built within the motor to minimize the transfer of oil to the intake, but some oil can still make its way into the combustion chambers. When the oil enters the combustion chambers, it effectively lowers the octane of the fuel, leading to detonation.

    Our Air/Oil Separator effectively removes the oil from the air coming out of the engine’s ventilation system via a two stage process:
    - The first step in the process is a large volumetric swirl pot. The function of the swirl pot is to use centrifugal force to remove the oil from the air. The air is then passed through a second chamber (see second step below), and extracted through the top of the AOS. Gravity then sends the remaining oil down the walls of the swirl pot and collects in the bottom of the AOS. At this point the separated oil sitting on the bottom of the AOS is returned to a baffled chamber in the center of the engine block.
    - The second step involves a second chamber located within the first chamber. As the separated air moves up inside the AOS, it must enter the second chamber before it can vent out the top of the AOS. The function of the secondary chamber is to remove any residual oil that may have made its way up the swirl pot. The secondary chamber also has a drain to return any separated oil back to the engine.
    Our Version 2 AOS incorporates an internal heater to keep the AOS operating at the proper temperature. The coolant line that runs from the turbo to the engine is now re-routed through the AOS. The effectively equalizes the temperature between the AOS and the engine to avoid condensation which can occur within any AOS. This heater also makes sure the vaporized water leaving the motor makes its way through the AOS in vapor form, rather than condensing back into a liquid. This is a MUST in cold weather and a bonus for any climate. NO OTHER AOS ON THE MARKET EMPLOYS THIS TECHNOLOGY!

    **PLEASE NOTE S0711 (BRZ/FRS/GT-86) DOES NOT HAVE WATER LINES AS THEY DO NOT NEED THEM**


    FAQ's:

    1] The A/O separator only uses one hose to connect to the intake hose before the turbo… Does the turbo hose draw enough vacuum to make the A/O separator work properly? Does it matter that there is or is not enough vacuum?
    - Our AOS does not need a vacuum source to function properly. If you connect the top line into the intake before the turbo, the resulting vacuum will help the rings to seal better but will have no actual effect on the AOS itself. The vacuum supplied by the intake tube is available 100% of the time as opposed to the vacuum supplied during off throttle situations within the intake manifold.

    2] How does the A/O separate the air and oil?
    - Our AOS uses the time tested and proven “round swirl pot” technology as well as internal baffling toseparate air from the oil. This is the industry standard when it comes to air / liquid separators. Our AOS system was engineered and tested on our multiple record setting Crawford Performance Time Attack STI.

    3] How much pressure will the valve covers reach when pushing oil out?
    - There’s a minimal amount of pressure in the valve covers or the crankcase while using a proper ventilating system. The oil that’s pushed out the valve covers happens during high G loads associated with cornering.

    4] The blow by that comes out the heads eventually drains back into the crank case. Will this cause the oil to get contaminated? Isn’t that bad?
    - If the oil coming out of the motor is clean then the oil returning to the motor from the AOS will be clean as well, the AOS does not add anything into the oil system. That being said, if there’s any contaminate in the oil that’s coming out of the motor then it will drain right back into the motor.


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    Re: Crawford Performance Air/Oil Separator Holiday Group Buy

    Looks like a lot of people here missed out on this deal. Still a good buy regardless!


 

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