BMR Sealed Oil Catch Can for 2009-2015 CTS-V
BMR Sealed Oil Catch Can for 2009-2015 CTS-V
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BMR Sealed Oil Catch Can for 2009-2015 CTS-V

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Fitment: 2009-2015 CTS-V LSA 6.2L V8

Includes:

  • -6 AN Bungs
  • Drain Valve
  • Drain Line
  • Push Lock AN fittings and Lines available for an additional cost

****NO Drilling Required for autos!*****

***Manuals will have to remove rivet in order to relocate clutch master cylinder***

This is a Catch Can that was designed to function and look great! Why install an out-of-place round can when you can have something that looks good and functions just as well!!

There is much controversy over Catch Cans. Some Catch Cans while they may look good, have nothing but an empty box on the inside. Our box is built with the correct baffling to keep any oil from returning, even under WOT conditions, into the intake system. We also have a unique design to maximize the efficiency of the can to pull oil from the vapor, before returning.

Our Can comes standard as a single inlet, single outlet can. This will take the line from the valley to the snout and clean the contaminants from the system. With different catch scenarios, it is found on CTS-V's that oil in the supercharger is mainly caused by this line. By cleaning it we keep oil from entering your supercharger and in turn your combustion chamber. This prevents unwanted detonation and keeps your engine healthy and happy!

VTA Catch Cans are also used. Why should I not get one of those? The problem with these Catch Cans is they only vent under positive crankcase pressure. While great for race/track cars (under the right circumstances), the majority of people daily their car and need a system that continually pulls fresh air through the crankcase to evacuate potentially devastating gases that mix and can actually form an acid which long term can take be very harmful to the rotating assembly. Not something you want building up in your engine!