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Old 03-04-2023, 05:34 PM   #43
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The Killer B Motorsport Dual Catch Can AOS system is designed to remove excess oil vapor from crankcase gasses before they reach your intake. Doing so keeps your intake and valves cleaner and maintains proper octane levels. We do this using a vortex system that is efficient without limiting flowrates, unlike baffled units.

Our Performance Dual AOS configuration places the AOS's infront of and behind the intake manifold. This setup is intended for high performance track use.

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I just tried installing the AOS on the intake tube, but the intake on my 2023 BRZ looks different than the intake in your photo. Check it out:



In your picture, the rubber hose supplied with the AOS goes all the way over the OEM plastic tube to the 90* elbow just above where it joins the intake. But check out my picture. There is a "stop" on the OEM plastic bit the Killer B rubber hose is supposed to slide over. This prevents me from sliding the hose all the way to the left just before the elbow.
I tried to highlight the extra length on my car in the picture with two red lines.
I realize this isn't rocket surgery, but wonder if you've seen this before. And, if so, what do you think the best way to make this fit is? Right now it pushes the AOS out of what I think is its intended home, and the drain of the AOS rubs on some wiring.
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Old 03-04-2023, 07:22 PM   #44
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Step 2 & 3

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Thanks I hadn't seen that previously.
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@KillerBMotorsport Any update on the oil pan for the gen 2 cars? Starting to schedule lots of events for this season and I'd love to have it on the car.
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@KillerBMotorsport Any update on the oil pan for the gen 2 cars? Starting to schedule lots of events for this season and I'd love to have it on the car.
There is a thread in the GR section about it, but suffice to say it's a small niche company that is still waiting on lots of testing.

I wouldn't expect it to be available any time soon.
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@KillerBMotorsport Any update on the oil pan for the gen 2 cars? Starting to schedule lots of events for this season and I'd love to have it on the car.
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There is a thread in the GR section about it, but suffice to say it's a small niche company that is still waiting on lots of testing.

I wouldn't expect it to be available any time soon.
^ this right here.

It's a complex part and what we're finding is that it's not the oil pan that's the low hanging fruit. Most of the oil is in the upper pan, which is very complex and expensive, but a lot of oil sloshes into the timing cover. We're going to attack what appears to be the low hanging fruit on the oil control front. We're also going to be testing the oil flow and pressure. I think AVCS causes a lot of the pressure drop 'issues' people are seeing, which is common with Subaru engines using oil pressure to manipulate cam position. We'll defnitely keep the forum posted on our progress.
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If you forget to drain these and they fill up to capacity what happens?
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If you forget to drain these and they fill up to capacity what happens?
Cars totaled.
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Anyone has fitted the catch can on first gen car?
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