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    Exclamation BMS OCC - 6 Months later

    So, here is the summary after the first year with my modified BMS OCC.
    I'm more than pleased with it and would recommend everyone to buy one. Click here to enlarge

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    holy crap man... last time I checked there was a couple drops in mine. didn't even waste time emptying it.

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    There is a lot of car to car variance in terms of oil blowing through the PCV but very glad that junk is not coated all over your intercooler, chargepipes, and intake valves. Click here to enlarge
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    BT, do you have the RB modified PCV valve?
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    I haven't checked mine yet but I'm glad to see that it's working as designed.

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    I barely had any after 2 months,But glad it is working though. What did you do to ur OCC that you say it is modified, just curious.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BES335xi Click here to enlarge
    I barely had any after 2 months,But glad it is working though. What did you do to ur OCC that you say it is modified, just curious.
    He lowered the bracket. You can do a similar mod by not installing the bracket and instead using a zip tie instead to secure it lower by the condenser lines. Although, we still prefer and suggest the bracket location. Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Big Tom Click here to enlarge
    So, here is the summary after the first year with my modified BMS OCC.
    I'm more than pleased with it and would recommend everyone to buy one. Click here to enlarge

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im.../6months-1.jpg
    Nicely done...

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    If I could only screw the freaking cap off. It's on there waaayyy too tight. Terry, just curious, what the hell do you guys used to tighten the cap (it ain't your hands) before you ship them? I am going to try a vice and oil filter strap next.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Square&Level Click here to enlarge
    If I could only screw the freaking cap off. It's on there waaayyy too tight. Terry, just curious, what the hell do you guys used to tighten the cap (it ain't your hands) before you ship them? I am going to try a vice and oil filter strap next.
    Mine unscrews with minimal effort...?
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    yeah...it's weird man, it's like they put red loctite on the threads or something. It's on the car now, I'll attempt to check it in a few months.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Square&Level Click here to enlarge
    If I could only screw the freaking cap off. It's on there waaayyy too tight. Terry, just curious, what the hell do you guys used to tighten the cap (it ain't your hands) before you ship them? I am going to try a vice and oil filter strap next.
    LOL it should be fairly loose. They are hand assembled by Jason and Guy here. Maybe one of them was having a bad day and took their aggression out tightening your OCC? Click here to enlarge But a oil filter strap works great if it really can't be done by hand.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BES335xi Click here to enlarge
    What did you do to ur OCC that you say it is modified, just curious.
    I choose'd to modify the bracket and lower the OCC, to be able to get the gravity feed working 100%.
    The OCC is now in the lowest position in the system.

    Here's my installation:

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Xearom3 Click here to enlarge
    BT, do you have the RB modified PCV valve?
    Yes.
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    This looks good! Terry should cut you a check for all the long-term research and marketing you are doing for BMS. LOL Click here to enlarge
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    I'm just going to add my findings to this thread. Stock tune, no oil in my BMS OCC for ~8000km. Boosted at 15psi now for ~10000km and found about 2tblspn.

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    Also blasted my valves today. Man I hate doing that, but I wanted a quick update after 25000km. All cylinders looked pretty good actually, except cyl 5 which was a little extreme lol. Time to call Rob for an upgrdaded PCV.

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    ^ Edited to embed your pics.

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    @Big Tom
    whats with no airfilter, just for pics right?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    @Big Tom
    whats with no airfilter, just for pics right?
    Of course. Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    He lowered the bracket. You can do a similar mod by not installing the bracket and instead using a zip tie instead to secure it lower by the condenser lines. Although, we still prefer and suggest the bracket location. Click here to enlarge
    I could not use the bracket provided.
    For some reason the assembly plate which comes on top of this all would not fit anymore with the aluminum bracket installed.
    Massaging it in resulted in a broken center lip (the plastic one). I had to do a emergency repair with some stainless steel I had lying around, and ended up fabricating a stainless bracket which I could ziptie to the support bar. This bracket also lowers the OCC by 2cm.
    All done before end of daylight. I did not have time to polish things up. It had to be installed that evening. I 'll make a thread of it later.
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    BT, your car is a freak Click here to enlarge How often do you have to top up a quart of engine oil?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by nitehawk Click here to enlarge
    BT, your car is a freak Click here to enlarge How often do you have to top up a quart of engine oil?
    Thx man! Click here to enlarge

    ~quart each 7k miles.
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    Glad I installed this mod Click here to enlarge

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    Just wanted to bump this thread to share my results, ~6 months worth of oil accumalation using Mobile 1 Euro Blend 5W40. FWIW, i've never had consumption issues. Maybe half quart low every 7500 mile(my OC interval) This thing definately works!

    Note: I'm also running the Rob Beck PCV2 valve.

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