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Old 02-12-2013, 09:18 PM   #31 (permalink)
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From the crankcase to the oil catch can. Only.
This keeps all oil out of the intake air.
Also oil out of the IC tube.
If you think you have no oil in your IC tube
you need to take a look.
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Old 02-12-2013, 10:07 PM   #32 (permalink)
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From the crankcase to the oil catch can. Only.
This keeps all oil out of the intake air.
Also oil out of the IC tube.
If you think you have no oil in your IC tube
you need to take a look.
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I never said I didnt have any oil in my IC tube. I have been researching OCC for awhile now. Have you seen this post?

Why & where you should/shouldn't run an Oil Catch Can (OCC) on an LNF kappa - Pontiac Solstice Forum

The way GM designed it. its flow of air

Intake(pushing air) --> check valve --> crankcase(input) --> baffles in valve cover --> crankcase(output) --> turbo(pulling air)

So now with your setup its pulling air from the breather instead of the intake. Which means its pulling in unmetered air, yes?

Do you have access to an AFR gauge? I mean it cant be alot, but still enough to cause a little lean? Basically the same if you just unplugg the check valve from the Intake and put a breather on it.
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I did not put the turbo line into the occ.
Only the valve cover line.
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Old 02-17-2013, 07:23 PM   #34 (permalink)
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I don't think any air entering the 1/4" tubing on the CAI and into the valve cover or crankcase is going to affect any registered or monitored air on the computer.... Installing an external filter on the OCC and capping off the CAI is doing the exact same thing with one less hose to run....
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Installed the fumoto oil drain valve in the occ
today.
I can not believe how old school it looks.
Very nice mod.
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Installed the fumoto oil drain valve in the occ
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I can not believe how old school it looks.
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Larry, where did you mount the valve on the OCC?
And, question #2: How much oil are you getting in your OCC from just driving 5K miles per/year to have this "Fumoto valve" installed? This is not a typical oil change to warrant a Fumoto valve, correct?....
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No oil.
Were the oil plug is.
But it looks great.
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If you install one there you will know why.
Vic, remember the old casting with the wording in the brass.
Makes the can look like it came out of the 1930's.
You will need a 3/8"x 1/4" bushing brass to install do not over tight.
Also 1 thick brass washer.
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No oil.
Were the oil plug is.
But it looks great.
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If you install one there you will know why.
You will go that is old school max out.

Vic, remember the old casting with the wording in the brass.
Makes the can look like it came out of the 1930's.
You will need a 3/8"x 1/4" bushing brass to install do not over tight.
Also 1 thick brass washer.
Larry, can you post a picture when you get the chance.
I think its going to take 50 years before we empty any oil out of our OCC, we don't drive it as much. Well, I guess my son will be doing that, better leave him some instructions before I go 6 foot under...
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I am moving the occ.
Stay tune.
It will be in black chrome for the
big show.
Come to the 2014 NASSM to see it.
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When I replace my OEM charge tubes w/ some DDM ones I'm going to look for oil....should I find none, I am calling bullocks on this
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Call it anything you like.
Get that bent up junk out of there.
By the way I had oil there.
That was at 10k.
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