will the OCC reduce or eliminate carbon-build-up?
Originally Posted by Mike@N54Tuning.com
One of the areas you need to balance when doing catch can design is the internal baffle. It can't be too restrictive or you'll have crankcase pressure problems yet still has to create enough turbulence to allow oil to condense out or you won't catch anything. I know many catch can makers hide their baffles away inside a welded can but on the BMS oil catch can the baffle is right there for you to see. It's even removable. I think they really hit the nail on the head with this new two stage internal baffle. It's a very free flowing design yet still provides excellent oil/vapor separation.