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Default BMS S55 OCC Under Development! - 07-13-2015, 03:14 PM

We've started to see a need for an add on air/oil separator for the S55 platform, especially for those running 25psi and higher boost levels, so I'm pleased to announce a product is currently under development.

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Default 07-13-2015, 03:45 PM

Terry what's the benefit of using this? Any additional information you can provide?
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Default 07-13-2015, 03:54 PM

Lol T you're making me spend more and more money on this car :D
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Default 07-13-2015, 05:06 PM

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Terry what's the benefit of using this? Any additional information you can provide?
It will make all your wildest dreams come true. And also help keep oil & blowby out of your intake system. Typical OCC stuff. What we need to evaluate is just how good the factory air/oil separator is at the higher boost levels. I'm sure it's OK at 15psi. But at 25-30psi, might be another story. We have reason to believe this OCC will help quite a bit. But we'll see how testing goes.


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Default 07-13-2015, 10:01 PM

Alright let's start aggressive driving and see how much oil it will catch


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Default Catch can might be a little too late - 12-10-2018, 01:02 PM

So I noticed the new oil catch can on the web site. But can anyone help me with what to do if I知 already plagued with quite a bit of oil in the intake on an f06 M6 S63tu. It started out of the blue with cylinder 2 misfires and now lots of smoke that increases with throttle any help is greatly appreciated
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So I noticed the new oil catch can on the web site. But can anyone help me with what to do if I知 already plagued with quite a bit of oil in the intake on an f06 M6 S63tu. It started out of the blue with cylinder 2 misfires and now lots of smoke that increases with throttle any help is greatly appreciated
Sounds like a piston ring issue if you're getting smoke from the exhaust. Compression or leakdown test would be next.


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Sounds like a piston ring issue if you're getting smoke from the exhaust. Compression or leakdown test would be next.
I had considered that. Although it had ever been a concern and literally started immediately after filling up with gas from close to a empty tank. The other item that is worth noting is the previous day I added oil and missed the fill tube and nearly a half of a quart poured all over the left bank and right above the number 2 cylinder. ( the one I知 getting the misfires on) I知 wondering if it was enough to effect it inbthis manner. I知 thinking of the way things happen with a valve over leak. Seems possible
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Default 12-10-2018, 02:58 PM

Also the plug was very black but when I replace the plug and rev and idle for 20 minutes the plug is like new without even a tiny bit darkness to be seen at all. Don’t know if that’s relevant
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