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Skyactiv 2.5L Turbo - Oil Catch Can Kit 2018+Mazda 6, 2016+ CX9, 2019+ CX5

Price: $239.99
Price in points: What are Points?240 points
CorkSport Mazda Oil Catch Can for Mazda 6,  CX9, CX5
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The CorkSport Oil Catch Can kit prevents fuel, oil, and water vapors from entering your engine. While the SkyActiv engines have a factory air/oil separator before the PCV, it does a poor job at preventing contaminants from entering your intake manifold, gumming up your intake valves, and causing poor combustion. If you want to keep the SkyActiv 2.5T in your Mazda 6, CX5, and CX9 healthy read on for full details.

CorkSport Oil Catch Can
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Mazda direct injected oil catch can kit

Engine Health Focused:

The CorkSport Oil Catch Can receives input from the PCV valve and the valve cover breather. These two sources typically send oil, fuel, and water vapors from inside your engine’s crankcase back into the combustion chamber, causing less than optimal combustion and over time, dirty intake valves. The CS OCC catches these vapors to keep your engine clean and healthy.

Mazda 6 Skyactiv Turbo oil catch can kit

Performance Design:

The CS OCC is a dual chamber design that uses a baffle to separate the inlet and outlet ports. The inlet is tangent to the inside edge of the OCC. This promotes spinning/swirling of the incoming vapors and contaminants, causing them to condense on the walls of the OCC and settle to the bottom for drainage. The clean air then travels through the center of the baffle and out of the catch can.

Easy installation for the Mazda Cx5 Turbo

See the Difference:

Oil catch cans are especially important on turbocharged and/or direct injected vehicles to ensure long-term engine health, and even more so if your vehicle is modified. While there is a factory air/oil separator, it does not function that well in our experience. Check out all the contaminants our OCC caught on our Mazda 6 2.5T during the first 500 miles or so after install. Typically, all of this would have entered your engine which over time adversely affects engine health.

Mazda Turbo OCC

Optimized Fitment:

The CorkSport OCC kit was designed specifically to fit the vehicles equipped with the SkyActiv 2.5T. Not only was the stainless bracket designed specifically for this Mazda chassis, it is in a location chosen to be easy to access and empty during an oil change. Plus, the location in front of the driver’s side wheel ensures short routing for all OCC lines. This means an easier install and less distance for contaminants to travel before being trapped in the OCC.

Billet Mazda Oil Catch Can

Materials and Manufacturing:

The CS oil catch can body, dipstick, and ports are precision machined out of 6061-T6 billet aluminum. Each is then anodized for corrosion resistance and for a classy look. The supplied mounting bracket is laser cut and precision formed 304 stainless steel; again for superior corrosion resistance. Finally, the supplied OCC hoses are made from reinforced silicone for great resistance to heat, oil, fuel, and the elements so your catch can setup lasts as long as your 2.5T!

Additional Features
  • Vehicle Fitment: 2018+ Mazda 6 equipped with turbocharged engine
  • Vehicle Fitment: 2016+ Mazda CX-9 equipped with turbocharged engine
  • Vehicle Fitment: 2019+ Mazda CX-5 equipped with turbocharged engine
  • Designed in America: in Vancouver, Washington, in the Pacific Northwest.
  • CorkSport Service & Support: 2 year limited warranty, full color installation instructions, all necessary components, and knowledgeable telephone support at (360) 260-2675.

advisory notice
  • If you live in an area which gets below zero you need to empty the catch can before the temperatures drop to maintain proper functionality.
  • Removal of the OEM valve cover breather hose is quite difficult without the proper tools. Read through the instructions below if you are concerned.
  • Replacing the OEM PCV system with an aftermarket Oil Catch Can System may allow smells of gasoline and oil to ventilate into the engine bay and thus the cabin depending on HVAC settings; this is normal of an Oil Catch Can System especially during idling situations and after shutting off the engine. If excessive smell is noticed, inspect hose connections and drain the catch can.
  • Recommended to inspect & verify the PCV is working correctly when installing the OCC Kit. Replace if needed.

How To Install Your CorkSport 2.5 Skyactiv Turbo Oil Catch Can

It will take you 2 hours to install the CorkSport Mazda6 Turbo Oil Catch Can with our easy-to-use instructions.

2 Hour Install Time

2 Hour Install Time

Difficulty: 2/5

2/5 Difficulty

2-Year Warranty

2-Year Warranty



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Great product. Simple installation.
This should be a good mob to keep the oil cleaner. Plan to keep this car for a long time so why not. Thanks CS.
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Will the bracket in this ATK-6-889-11 kit (for the 2018+ CX-5 Turbo) also fit on the frame of a 2023 CX-5 non-turbo? Or, do you need to create a different bracket for the 2023 CX-5 non-turbo?

Asked by James | 06/08/2023, 10:54 AM | 1 answer(s)

I am looking at fitting one of these to my 2023 CX5. Is a check valve required to minimise the risk of the OCC becoming pressurised? Thank you.

Asked by Philip | 05/27/2023, 08:50 PM | 1 answer(s)

What is the process of emptying the catch can? Will the skid tray have to be removed? Does this change with the metal skid plate installed?

Asked by Tyler S | 09/26/2022, 12:05 PM | 1 answer(s)

will it fit 2022 cx-5 turbo, and the install location will be the same as Mazda 6?

Asked by alex | 08/29/2022, 09:43 AM | 1 answer(s)

Will this fit a 2019 CX-5 2.5L NON-TURBO?

Asked by Clint Sharp | 04/05/2022, 06:04 PM | 1 answer(s)

Hi, Would this work with Mazda 3 with 2.5T?

Asked by Jeff | 03/07/2022, 04:46 PM | 1 answer(s)

Does this kit fit the 2.5 NA models?

Asked by Tim | 02/28/2021, 12:15 AM | 1 answer(s)

Will this fit a 2018 CX-9 with no issues?

Asked by Greg | 07/18/2020, 11:19 AM | 1 answer(s)
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