Enhance the reliability of your engine and improve performance and fuel economy with the CorkSport Oil Catch Can. By adding an oil catch can, you will increase the longevity of your engine by helping keep unclean crankcase vapors and oil out of the engines intake.
Made of billet aluminum for strength, the CorkSport Oil Catch Can includes everything you need for a complete install. Don’t let your Mazda get contaminated by sediment, crankcase vapors, or unclean oil. With the CorkSport Oil Catch Can you will remove unwanted debris that would normally contaminate the intake tract. This allows for cleaner air entering the engine, lower detonation rates and increases longevity.
Superior Construction:Made from high grade billet machined aluminum for strength and low weight.
Unique Cyclonic Design: Uses vacuum force to separate the oil and contaminates from the air and includes an internal disk to prevent backflow.
Easy to Check: Twist the dipstick to check how full it is.
Complete Mounting Kit: Catch can comes complete with a black powder coated steel mounting bracket and 5 ft. of reinforced silicone hose for multiple mounting locations.*
Drain Valve Kit: Emptying the can is as simple as a flick of the wrist.
CorkSport Service and Support: Receive a two year limited warranty, full color installation instructions, all of the needed installation hardware, and knowledgeable telephone support.
This kit includes instructions and supplies for fitment to a 2012-2013 SkyActiv Mazda 3.
If you have the Cold Air Intake, you will need to find an alternate installation location for the catch can.
Will you be offering a kit for the 2014 Mazda3 2.5L Skyactiv?
Asked by John Rubenstein | 09/09/2015, 11:40 AM | 0 answer(s)
I like the idea of this. I like the fact that it catches all the condensation in the lines, and blow by oil. Which is definitively bad for your motor. How does this stop the blow by gas from recirculating into the engine? Almost seems better to do it the old fashion way, vent crank case to air, and hook lines from the intake to valve covers. That way... even though captain planet will come kick you in the sensitive bits, it achieves what this can does, and more. You just apply a small oil drop every few miles to the road.
Anything that weighs more than air would filter through the can and drop into the lower section to be removed. The gases will still recirculate but most particles of dirt/carbon/etc that comes with the air should get removed.
Answered by Spencer@CorkSport | 04/27/2015, 10:22 AM
Do you have a chart or diagram of this? Really considering purchasing this, because I know how bad it is for the engine to burn oil, blow by gas, and any particles that come with it. Just want to make sure there's evidence before I pony up 200 for this can.
Here is an older blog with info on how it works. The design has changed but the inner workings of the can are the same: http://www.corksport.com/blog/product-release-corksport-oil-catch-can-development-and-release-notes/