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    First I would like to thank the rest of the posters in this thread for the helpful tips. I would also like to thank unfitproduct for the top mount idea. Now that we have all the credits taken car of.

    After some discussion with Matt, I also added their VTA option. Nifty little part even if it does look like an ST boat drink umbrella. Well here are some various shots of the install including mounting bracket. For the DYI it was made of 1.5" x 1.25" aluminum flat stock, clamp ring mounted to the bracket (threaded the hole in the flatstock and a neoprene compression tape between the OCC and clamp ring. It bolts directly to the IM right bottom bolt.

    I have been asked before about the covers and I am still working on the next generation of mounting brackets using the stock pin posts to more readily accomodate various mods. As such, I am not posting anything else at this time relating to those.
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    Gets my vote for most beautiful engine bay. Sweet... JP
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    Ohhhmmmmgggg! I couldn't stop staring
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    @RocketST, @GreyGriz Thanks. Coming from the two of you means a lot.
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    2013 ST3 White: totally stock except for that wall of replaced OE parts sitting in my garage.

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    Oooooh! I'm glad it came out looking so fantastic!~
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    From day one since i've joined this forum, I"ve always told folks to get a OCC (even showed pics) This little device will help your engine out in the long run! Make sure you drain it.

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    Oil in the pipes where it should not be.
    The car was 3,000 miles new before the OCC was installed, (same with the turbo)
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    i have 12k miles on my car and have taken off my charge pipes multiple times as well as intake and have never seen oil in there. i do have a jlt catch can on the intake side, but that rarely catches anything. time to get this can. i hate to see what my valves look like. should be interesting to see when i pull intake manifold..
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    Has anyone actually looked at their intakes after install and see if these are actually stopping anything? I have seen ports and still show plenty of build up with OCCs. I have the can, just have not installed it as I dont think they are actually protecting against anything useful.

    Also most of the build up from what I have seen if actually due to how these engines work, as they open the intake port to help get the exhaust gases out on the exhaust stroke. I am going on 25k miles and have zero performance issues, even right now with it being close to zero degrees out. No starting issues or anything and the car is not driven that hard during the week of back and forth to work, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unfitproduct View Post
    Oil in the pipes where it should not be.
    The car was 3,000 miles new before the OCC was installed, (same with the turbo)
    That could be oil coming from the turbo, going off how that trail is, it looks like the oil is being blown in and then when engine is shut off, slowly drains back down.

 

 
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