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    Post a photo of it and I'll give you some bracket ideas.

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    I took a pic on the in and outlet today.


    ...and the outlet is COMPLETELY DRY, which proves that this OCC works unbelievable good! Click here to enlarge
    This is what it looked like when I took it out from the car:




    BMS OCC:


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    yes, the BMS OCC works really well it seems..i had my car up on the lift yesterday, changing tires over, not a single drop of oil anywhere on the bottom like i used to have without the OCC...everything is 100% dry everywhere which was a really pleasant surprise...oil consumption is still about the same (1L every 1500-2000km with tons of aggressive driving)...no smoking issues either
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by vasillalov Click here to enlarge
    Don't care about looks. There is a good amount of steering response to be had from the M3 strut brace. The M3 one braces the entire strut tower. The changes can be felt mostly during mid-corner turn adjustments.
    An M3 strut brace customer contacted me recently and said he was able to get it to fit nicely with only a minor mod to our bracket. So you are clear for takeoff. Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    yes, the BMS OCC works really well it seems..i had my car up on the lift yesterday, changing tires over, not a single drop of oil anywhere on the bottom like i used to have without the OCC...everything is 100% dry everywhere which was a really pleasant surprise...oil consumption is still about the same (1L every 1500-2000km with tons of aggressive driving)...no smoking issues either
    I saw the Nitto's @ Ivo's. Are those your DD setup?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by orange Click here to enlarge
    I saw the Nitto's @ Ivo's. Are those your DD setup?
    Yep...need to take the spacers out it seems, those tires are true fatties Click here to enlarge
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    @ BigTom great photos! Glad to see it's working as well as it is! Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    Yep...need to take the spacers out it seems, those tires are true fatties Click here to enlarge
    I ran those setups with my TT years ago. Fantastic grip for track use, but I'm afraid you'll be going through a lot of rubber as your DD.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    yes, the BMS OCC works really well it seems..i had my car up on the lift yesterday, changing tires over, not a single drop of oil anywhere on the bottom like i used to have without the OCC...everything is 100% dry everywhere which was a really pleasant surprise...oil consumption is still about the same (1L every 1500-2000km with tons of aggressive driving)...no smoking issues either
    D, forgive my ignorance, but how is the OCC related to oil drop at the bottom tray ?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by marv85 Click here to enlarge
    D, forgive my ignorance, but how is the OCC related to oil drop at the bottom tray ?
    Blowby under boost goes from the crankcase through the PCV outlet on the back to the rear intake pipe. Then it comes down that pipe to the rear turbo's compressor inlet. There's a gasket there and with a perfect seal nothing would ever come out. However, that gasket doesn't perfectly seal on most N54s and you sometimes get some oil out and down to the rear turbo area, of which I have none since installing the BMS OCC
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Big Tom Click here to enlarge
    I took a pic on the in and outlet today.


    ...and the outlet is COMPLETELY DRY, which proves that this OCC works unbelievable good! Click here to enlarge
    This is what it looked like when I took it out from the car:




    BMS OCC:


    http://www.germanboost.com/images/im...cimg5178-1.jpg




    BSH OCC:


    http://www.germanboost.com/images/im...4/bshoil-1.jpg

    BigTom,

    Thanks for the comparison shots! You do realize that those are two different cars, right?

    Terry@BMS, tell you what: I'll order the OCC and I'll run it for 1 year. Will you return my money if it is allowing oil to pass through?

    Ooh, and yeah, I forgot: PM me price for one of these shipped to 60640, please.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    Blowby under boost goes from the crankcase through the PCV outlet on the back to the rear intake pipe. Then it comes down that pipe to the rear turbo's compressor inlet. There's a gasket there and with a perfect seal nothing would ever come out. However, that gasket doesn't perfectly seal on most N54s and you sometimes get some oil out and down to the rear turbo area, of which I have none since installing the BMS OCC
    gotcha! thanks
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by vasillalov Click here to enlarge
    BigTom,

    Thanks for the comparison shots! You do realize that those are two different cars, right?
    I don't really see what that has to do with it?
    If it catches almost all the oil vapors on my car it will probably do the same on yours.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by vasillalov Click here to enlarge
    BigTom,

    Thanks for the comparison shots! You do realize that those are two different cars, right?

    Terry@BMS, tell you what: I'll order the OCC and I'll run it for 1 year. Will you return my money if it is allowing oil to pass through?

    Ooh, and yeah, I forgot: PM me price for one of these shipped to 60640, please.

    Thanks
    It's only 179.xx

    I ordered one and it should be here Friday/Monday.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by vasillalov Click here to enlarge
    Terry@BMS, tell you what: I'll order the OCC and I'll run it for 1 year. Will you return my money if it is allowing oil to pass through?
    Actually to be honest I think your business is more trouble than it's worth. I suggest you buy someones used BSH or Riss Racing can. They are being given away now for almost nothing! Just run 3 of them in series I'm sure it will work great for you. Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Actually to be honest I think your business is more trouble than it's worth. I suggest you buy someones used BSH or Riss Racing can. They are being given away now for almost nothing! Just run 3 of them in series I'm sure it will work great for you. Click here to enlarge
    I got a 100 for my BSH right before you came out with yours. Lucky me!

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    I have a BSH that is as good as new (it is clean and dry even after over a year on a FBO N54), I'll sell it at a nice price Click here to enlarge

    Maybe some VW owner wants it, it seems to work on their DI cars....
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    I've been through the BSH fiasco. Who do you think made this video:

    From all the things I've lost,
    I miss my mind the most!
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    I just received my BMS OCC today.
    This is not just a welded can, but a beautifully engineered CNC'd alumium black anodized piece of equipment.
    I can't wait for the weather to clear so I can install this.
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    After about 1 month of driving with my BMS OCC, I checked it today. First thing I noticed, the "in" port had a thin layer of oil coating it... the "out" port had ZERO oil coating it... just shows that the catch can is doing a great job catching oil.

    I drive my car spiritedly, but definitely don't rag it out all the time... the catch can caught about 1.2-2.0 mm of oil in the bottom of the can... enough that I could see a fluid level as I tilted the can side to side.

    But the can is definitely catching the great majority of the blow-by as there was no oil coating the "out" port.

    Great job BMS!!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by skim7x Click here to enlarge
    After about 1 month of driving with my BMS OCC, I checked it today.

    Give it about 1 year and recheck. If you OUT port is still oil free, then its doing a good job. Click here to enlarge
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    Can't wait to get one of these installed, going to be putting one on when I get my Big Tom's FMIC installed Click here to enlarge

    Stopping all oil would be great, but stopping most oil is still a win in my book.

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    The result looks great, just ordered a BMS OCC.

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    Car went back to stock yesterday. The In tubing had a puddle of oil in it. The Out tubing was clean. Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Tzu Click here to enlarge
    Car went back to stock yesterday. The In tubing had a puddle of oil in it. The Out tubing was clean. Click here to enlarge
    Stock? What's up?
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