Mishimoto Baffled Oil Catch Can (18+ Stinger GT)
Description: Mishimoto 2018+ Kia Stinger GT Baffled Oil Catch Can - PCV Side
Features: Direct fit for the 2018+ Kia Stinger GT; Single can mounts in line with the PCV system to separate oil from air using a 50-micron bronze fi; Patent pending billet 6061 aluminum can sealed with Viton O-rings; Robust, application-specific bracket mounts the can in a serviceable location; Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty
Material: 6061 Aluminum
"Kia came out of nowhere to stake their claim in the luxury sedan market segment. With the intuitive automatic transmission coupled to the 3.3L twin-turbocharged V6, it's no wonder the likes of standard benchmarks are worried. The real question is, how long will that last. Direct injection combined with the high-compression of turbocharging means a hotbed for carbon buildup.
Luckily, Mishimoto is here to keep your Stinger running to its full potential with the 2018+ Kia Stinger GT Direct-Fit Catch Can Kit.The 2018+ Kia Stinger GT catch can kit is mounted with a robust, application-specific bracket, our patent pending compact 2-port catch can is installed in line with the factory PCV system in order to separate fuel vapors and oil droplets from the relieving crankcase pressure. As an extra layer of defense, our catch can also includes a 50-micron bronze filter designed for capturing any rogue blow-by particles. Installation is a breeze with our pre-molded hoses, keeping the time you spend under the hood to less than 30 minutes.
Like all of our products, the Mishimoto 2018+ Kia Stinger GT Direct-Fit Catch Can Kit is covered under the Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty to protect your investment on more than one level.Our catch cans are different from most air-oil-separator (AOS) systems on a few levels. First, our catch cans are not heated. This means that all of the blow-by is able to condense in the can, including low-octane oil vapors and contaminated fuel vapors.
Most AOS systems also drain the blow-by back into the oil pan, while our catch cans trap the blow-by and keep it out of the engine permanently. If you've seen what we've seen in the bottom of our catch cans, you won?t want that draining back into your oil either.