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OIL CATCH CANS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!!!

Discussion in 'Engine, Drivetrain, and Exhaust Discussion' started by Sales@Tork, May 30, 2018.

  1. Sales@Tork

    Sales@Tork United States Active Member

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  2. mhal8876

    mhal8876 United States Active Member

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    Awesome! But where is the how to video for it?
     
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    Sales@Tork United States Active Member

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    We have a video for how they work on the YouTube page. We do not have a how to install video just yet. We have a ton going on in the shop so hopefully we will have the video up in a week or so.
     
  4. DaJackson

    DaJackson United States Stinger Enthusiast Staff Member Moderator

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    Would like to see pictures of the options and colors as well.
     
  5. Sales@Tork

    Sales@Tork United States Active Member

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    You may have to wait a while for those. If you really want to see the colors you can go to powderbuythepound.com to check out what we have. The options are pretty straight forward imo
     
  6. Angel

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    Tork Motorsports please make and install video of the OCC ... and explain how they work and why is beneficial too ... please asap i know your busy but please make it happen....
     
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    Intake pressure negative:
    - PCV opens up. Crank case actively vented, sucking oil/water vapour out. Relatively ‘large’ amount of air circulates therefor most residue collected through this line.
    - Breather: To prevent negative pressure air ’sucked’ into crankcase through the breather line.

    Under boost:
    - PCV closed
    - Breather: only vents out blow-by. On a new, well run in engine little vapour will come out but with added boost and/or older engine this will increase, and thus increase the need to have a catch can.

    Still strange there is no OEM catch can. Especially with the GDI system.
    Because of the direct injection you do not have the injected fuel ‘cleaning’ the valves anymore.
     
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    Thanks Tork for all your Stinger videos. Learning alot! I see you have a drain valve option on your website for these catch cans. Where would these valves be located and how easy would you be able to drain. Hope your upcoming install vid shows the drain valve option. 95% sure I am going to purchase these cans. Other 5% depends on ease of draining.
     
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    +1 on the drain
     
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  11. Sales@Tork

    Sales@Tork United States Active Member

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    I dont believe any GDI has come from the factory with catch cans
     
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    Manufacturers can barely rely on the general public to keep gas in the car. If they told them they would have to empty a catch can regularly they would never sell another vehicle.
     
  13. DeviantDevil

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    Definitely interested. Especially with the drains.
     
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  14. Angel

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    Hey Tork Motorsports would you be willing to do a discount on the OCC for members of the forum or a group buy ?????
     
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    Sales@Tork United States Active Member

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    Its hard for us to do discount or a group by because we are the only vendor with a vehicle specific OCC and we have been selling the hell out of them.
     
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  16. DaJackson

    DaJackson United States Stinger Enthusiast Staff Member Moderator

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    Interesting how supply and demand works. :thumbup:

    Keep up the good work.
     
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  17. Angel

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    ok thanks anyways I understand you got to stick it in while you can !!!!! Anyways when will you post the install video for the OCC and explain all the good stuff for us potential buyers waiting to buy.....
     
  18. Sales@Tork

    Sales@Tork United States Active Member

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    When we have time to get it made, we are swamped right now in shop and just trying to balance everything out.
     
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  19. StingerNYC

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    I also am waiting on an install video before making the purchase.
     
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  20. Angel

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    I been waiting for a while myself and i know a lot of other people are waiting as well i hope there able to get that video done asap. I want to buy but will hold off into they post video ....
     
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