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      08-17-2009, 04:21 PM   #1
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RR OCC

I havent been on E90post much over the past few months, but I get on and see there has been a problem with RissRacing's oil catch can. What is the deal? I put it on my car about 3 months ago, but havent noticed it leaking.

What has everyone been doing, buying a OCC from another company, or putting it back to stock? I cant put mine back to stock, a piece broke when I was installing the occ, and while the car is fine without it with the occ on, I cant make it back to stock.

Suggestions?
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RR updated their catch cans so they do not leak, the early versions had leaking issues but if yours is not leaking, you shouldn't have a problem. If you do, let us know and we can get in contact with them to help out.
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RR updated their catch cans so they do not leak, the early versions had leaking issues but if yours is not leaking, you shouldn't have a problem. If you do, let us know and we can get in contact with them to help out.
Thanks buddy. Where does it leak from?
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I have the newer version and I haven't notice any oil leak whatsover, the the thing I see is the o-rings on the CC seems to be cracking and drying out from the heat of the engine....the other attachments of the hoses, no traces of oil..
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