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    I really need to grab one of these. When i get a FMIC ill do it at the same time, help clean out that intake system.
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    Can anyone please elaborate a bit on the RB PC valve? There's nothing listed on his site.

    My OCC has been on the car for 5k miles and getting ready to do an oil change next weekend. Really curious as well to see what it produces!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by robertm Click here to enlarge
    Can anyone please elaborate a bit on the RB PC valve? There's nothing listed on his site.

    My OCC has been on the car for 5k miles and getting ready to do an oil change next weekend. Really curious as well to see what it produces!
    He has a thread about it on n54tech
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    holy crap i need to install mine ASAP Click here to enlarge

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    Finally opened my BMS OCC up after 5k of driving. This was installed at 15k mi running standard US BMW Castrol 5w30 on a 1M. Surprisingly small amount collected compared to the OPs pics.

    I switched to Motul 8100 X-cess 5w40 at this oil change. Will be interesting to see how much is captured with the new oil.

    Regardless, Im happy to see what was captured here instead of deposited on top of the valves!

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    Past my edit time..

    I'm wondering if the lowered position of the OPs OCC is contributing to his much greater capture volume. Thoughts?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by robertm Click here to enlarge
    Thoughts
    Since the main design of the BMS OCC is to condense oil vapour it would only lose oil condensed in the piping up to the OCC.
    Since you replaced the ribbled hose with the hoses that came with the OCC not much is staying behind in the hoses themselves.

    My BMS OCC has been in since june without emptying.
    Waiting for spring to do this. ..
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    +1, I had my OCC installed June/July and still haven't emptied it (~15-20k; so 2-3 oil changes since it went on)
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