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Default BMS OCC for the 3.3 concern... - 09-11-2019, 07:18 AM

Hey guys, sorry if i'm blowing up this forum. I just have a lot of questions and I'm new to the Stinger platform.

So I installed the BMS OCC last night. Very straightforward.

However I noticed there was a "dip" in the hose just before it attaches to the passenger valve cover. The hose in the install guide looked to be shorter than what I have.

Would this "dip" act like a trap and cause oil to pool up and effectively "block" vacuum (or consequently, cause the trapped oil to be sucked back into the OCC)?
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Default 09-11-2019, 01:54 PM

It's gravity drain and the OCC itself is much higher so that little hump isn't an issue. Oil will flow over it as it builds up in the line.


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Default 09-12-2019, 05:00 AM

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It's gravity drain and the OCC itself is much higher so that little hump isn't an issue. Oil will flow over it as it builds up in the line.
Thanks Terry.

I was the same person asking around in the Kia Stingers Owners group on FB. I saw your response there as well.

Tough crowd over there too btw. lol.
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Default 09-17-2019, 09:53 AM

OK good... Haha yes Facebook can be pretty toxic. We're used to it. Lots of vendors trying to push their products through proxy users. Just how social media goes these days.


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