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Default 04-19-2019, 10:57 PM

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Default 04-21-2019, 10:20 AM

We don't use PM but can always email us, to get one paypal to address in first post is best way for now since they are not on our site yet.


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Default 04-25-2019, 06:34 AM

Hi Terry/Payam

I wanted to ask, is it possible to convert my existing bms occ to a vacuum side kit? I'm guessing its just the pcv/check valve that is different and the need for your bov adaptor?

Do the fittings on this OCC make any difference, other then compensate for the smaller hoses?
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Default 04-25-2019, 01:35 PM

This may be a stupid question but could I run a Hobbs switch off the BOV adapter or move my BOV line to the BOV adapter and run a hobbs switch off my Vader Solutions TMAP adapter? I have a dual nozzle meth kit so just looking to see if I could get around having to plug the Hobbs into the charge pipe and stick with the dual nozzle setup I have.

Side note, I got my kit today and it looks fantastic! Can't wait to get it on.
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Default 04-25-2019, 04:02 PM

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This may be a stupid question but could I run a Hobbs switch off the BOV adapter or move my BOV line to the BOV adapter and run a hobbs switch off my Vader Solutions TMAP adapter? I have a dual nozzle meth kit so just looking to see if I could get around having to plug the Hobbs into the charge pipe and stick with the dual nozzle setup I have.

Side note, I got my kit today and it looks fantastic! Can't wait to get it on.
Yup! You can do any of that! I would probably put the hobbs on the vader solutions valve.


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Default 04-25-2019, 04:28 PM

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Yup! You can do any of that! I would probably put the hobbs on the vader solutions valve.
Awesome, thanks so much Payam!
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Default 04-25-2019, 05:57 PM

Hey Terry,

So the check valve disables the ports on the head? Does this also reduce carbon build up or do we still have to block the ports?
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Default 05-02-2019, 07:53 PM

is the stock check valve for high side still needed?Or can i get rid of it?its the checkvalve thats not full closed.
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Default 05-02-2019, 08:08 PM

This replaces the RB/BMS PCV.


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Default 05-02-2019, 08:30 PM

Heres a diagram of my setup at the moment with your setup.but with highside im vta with mini airfilter.but the checkvalve on highside seems its opens under load but under vac it closes but lets some air through,are you guys running the high side checkvalve in place with your setup also?if i took it out of the loop would it be a issue?also want to point out im also using a vtt valve cover air filter breather cap.
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Default ST Setup - 05-04-2019, 09:01 AM

So how would a single turbo setup be accomplished with the dual BMS setup?
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So how would a single turbo setup be accomplished with the dual BMS setup?
Same as the factory turbo. Only the boost side OCC outlet should tie in to the single turbo filter so it can suck up and reburn all that noxious fuel vapor like the factory setup does.


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Default 05-04-2019, 09:34 AM

When will they be available on your site? I need to order ASAP along with a few other things and want to get it all on one order in stead of paying for shipping on multiple orders.

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Default 05-06-2019, 09:22 AM

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When will they be available on your site? I need to order ASAP along with a few other things and want to get it all on one order in stead of paying for shipping on multiple orders.

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About 2 weeks, they're being machined as we speak


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Default 05-16-2019, 11:52 AM

A couple questions:

1) I'm currently running an untuned, stock N54 with the original (low side?) BMS OCC. The one that mounts in the back and sits between the PCV valve in the back of the valve cover and the rear inlet (I think, can't remember).

What I've found is with this alone, I was still getting carbon build up and hardly anything in the catch can. I just checked it the other day after 2 years, and it had nothing in it. Is this because most of the blow-by is still occurring through the ports in the head?

2) You mentioned that with this new OCC offering, the ports in the head (that drip down to the intake valves) don't necessarily need to be plugged. How are you achieving this?

3) Will this product be worth it for stock tunes? How about MHD Stage 1?

4) Will it work with stock diverter valves, or only after-market BOVs and/or charge pipe?

Thanks, appreciate any feedback you may have.

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A couple questions:

1) I'm currently running an untuned, stock N54 with the original (low side?) BMS OCC. The one that mounts in the back and sits between the PCV valve in the back of the valve cover and the rear inlet (I think, can't remember).

What I've found is with this alone, I was still getting carbon build up and hardly anything in the catch can. I just checked it the other day after 2 years, and it had nothing in it. Is this because most of the blow-by is still occurring through the ports in the head?

2) You mentioned that with this new OCC offering, the ports in the head (that drip down to the intake valves) don't necessarily need to be plugged. How are you achieving this?

3) Will this product be worth it for stock tunes? How about MHD Stage 1?

4) Will it work with stock diverter valves, or only after-market BOVs and/or charge pipe?

Thanks, appreciate any feedback you may have.
I am no expert on this matter but even on a stock motor this will definately assist.. The difference between the 2 catch cans is one collects at high rpm and the other at low rpm from my understanding... One possible reason you not collecting as much oil in the catch can could be that your driving style could be mere commuting in and around town so therefore the can is not catching at high rpm there the external pcv will catch more
Iro plugging the heads that's a very good question and I ma keen to know the answer

My question to the bms team is will this setup work on the Billet valve cover options out there


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Default 05-21-2019, 05:54 AM

Any timeframe of when this will be available to purchase and a ballpark on pricing? Christine wasnt able to assist when I sent her an email.
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Default 05-21-2019, 06:54 AM

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A couple questions:

1) I'm currently running an untuned, stock N54 with the original (low side?) BMS OCC. The one that mounts in the back and sits between the PCV valve in the back of the valve cover and the rear inlet (I think, can't remember).

What I've found is with this alone, I was still getting carbon build up and hardly anything in the catch can. I just checked it the other day after 2 years, and it had nothing in it. Is this because most of the blow-by is still occurring through the ports in the head?

2) You mentioned that with this new OCC offering, the ports in the head (that drip down to the intake valves) don't necessarily need to be plugged. How are you achieving this?

3) Will this product be worth it for stock tunes? How about MHD Stage 1?

4) Will it work with stock diverter valves, or only after-market BOVs and/or charge pipe?

Thanks, appreciate any feedback you may have.
@Terry or @Payam, can either of you clarify the above?
Thanks!
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Default 05-21-2019, 09:43 AM

1- Make sure the system is a closed loop, after 2 years you should get something.
unless you drive less than 5k miles in that time.

2- Doesn't need to be plugged, our adapter fitting blocks that.

3- Yes, tuned or untuned no matter. It will benefit in keeping oil and gunk out of places it shouldn't be.

4- Yes for stock DV or BOV, no difference.


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1- Make sure the system is a closed loop, after 2 years you should get something.
unless you drive less than 5k miles in that time.

2- Doesn't need to be plugged, our adapter fitting blocks that.

3- Yes, tuned or untuned no matter. It will benefit in keeping oil and gunk out of places it shouldn't be.

4- Yes for stock DV or BOV, no difference.
Thanks for the reply! What's the cost for this low-side system? Are installation instructions available so I could see what I'm getting into before purchasing?

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Default 05-21-2019, 12:26 PM

You say your kit is second to none, and that's why everyone copies it. But RB offered this quite some time before and it is nearly identical. Not trying to sound like a fanboy or instigating. If you could clarify what sets your kit apart from RB's kit.
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You say your kit is second to none, and that's why everyone copies it. But RB offered this quite some time before and it is nearly identical. Not trying to sound like a fanboy or instigating. If you could clarify what sets your kit apart from RB's kit.
Few key points are different, but they do the same thing. Choice on the end user what they want. However, ours will be significantly different.
Second revision will be up soon, you guys will really like that one!


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What is changing with it? You've peaked my interest


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What is changing with it? You've peaked my interest
Everything will be in next week and I'll post some detailed photos and pricing for more Beta kits


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Default 06-03-2019, 04:30 AM

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About 2 weeks, they're being machined as we speak
Any update on when it will be available on the site? Have not seen it on the website yet.
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