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Compatible only with separator (M-6766-A50A) for 2018 and up.
2015-2017 model separators (M-6766-A50) will not mount on this bracket due to the change Ford made to where the bracket can attach.

This is a DIY kit of parts for a clean way to securely relocate your Ford Performance oil separator to the passenger strut tower. Unfortunately the Ford Performance Oil-Air separator (M-6676-A50A) will not fit with the Ford Performance Tune (M-9603-M8B) due to the GT350 throttle body and spacer alignment. I designed this so that the FP air/oil separator we love can still be used with the performance tune. You will re-use the PCV quick connect fittings from the hoses that came with your FP oil separator.

What you will receive in the DIY kit:
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(1) Laser-cut, powder-coated 1/8" steel mounting bracket.
(1) Stainless steel M6 x 16mm flanged hex bolt.
(1) Inlet side (short) black nylon braided steel re-enforced oil/fuel line 5/8".
(1) Outlet side (long) black nylon braided steel re-enforced oil/fuel line 5/8".
(4) Gates 32922 heat shrink hose clamps.
(1) Printed instructions.

Some pictures of the completed installation:
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Hose assembly:
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After heat shrinking the clamps:
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Engine cover trimming detail:
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Please note:
The kit does not include the oil separator or any PCV fittings. Reuse the fittings from the hoses that came with your FP oil separator. Cut through the hard tubing and pull the fittings off - slide heat shrink clamps onto the new hoses and insert old fittings on ends then apply heat using a heat gun. New fittings are available on ebay if you want to save your original FP hoses.

Bracket mounts using existing holes in the side of the strut tower. No drilling.

See the attached PDF below, for installation instructions.

View attachment Ford Performance Oil Separator Relocation Kit Installation Rev05-09-22.pdf
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I'm pleased to report that I purchased this kit and it was a very positive experience!

Shipping to the U.S. was quicker than expected. Everything was exactly as advertised. The kit installation was straight forward. The only issue I ran into was that the suspension spring (coil right in front of the whole were the screw attached to the plate) prevented me from getting a socket on it. I have a base model GT. So, this might be different for those who have other types of springs installed. I ended up having my kid (small hands) help get the screw started. Aside from this minor issue (not the seller's fault), it was an easy installation.

I purchased the hose connectors separately so that I didn't have to cut the original hoses from the FP kit. These worked fine with no issues.

In my opinion, this kit is well worth the cost in order to be able to use the FP oil separator kit.

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I'm pleased to report that I purchased this kit and it was a very positive experience!

Shipping to the U.S. was quicker than expected. Everything was exactly as advertised. The kit installation was straight forward. The only issue I ran into was that the suspension spring (coil right in front of the whole were the screw attached to the plate) prevented me from getting a socket on it. I have a base model GT. So, this might be different for those who have other types of springs installed. I ended up having my kid (small hands) help get the screw started. Aside from this minor issue (not the seller's fault), it was an easy installation.

I purchased the hose connectors separately so that I didn't have to cut the original hoses from the FP kit. These worked fine with no issues.

In my opinion, this kit is well worth the cost in order to be able to use the FP oil separator kit.

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I'm glad you like it Andrew and thanks for the positive review!
 
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UPDATE: 2 kits available. Updated instructions with engine cover trimming details.
 
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Got the kit. Excellent packaging as you can see in the pics. Amazing quality and finish.

Thanks Todd.

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Does the separator simply lift straight off the two tabs?
Yes. Easy access. Just unclip the hoses and lift it off.
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I just realized my oil separator for my 2016 does not have the provisions for the bracket. :(
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