A dual/twin oil catch can system from a company such as Team RXP does not look like much when you take it out of the box after purchase. It looks like a metal box with two pots on top and twist on/off caps. However, it does some really incredible stuff when you have it installed on your car. However, most vehicles do not come standard with this typically after-market auto part. If you want to know what the benefits are and how to get this part installed in your vehicle, check out the following.
A Cleaner Engine
Air comes into your engine through an intake valve in the crank shaft area of the engine. The air gets dirtier and dirtier with each crank movement. The dirtier the air, the more it collects residue from oil and cakes around the engine parts. If you have an oil catch can system, the used dirty oil in the system is pulled down into the storage tank of the can system. Then all of the air that comes into the engine is cleaner and purer. Cleaner air means less sticky residue on engine parts and an overall cleaner engine.
Greater Fuel Efficiency
With a cleaner engine working, you get greater fuel efficiency. You spend less money on fuel because your engine is burning less fuel trying to force itself to work. A dirty engine has to work harder to operate, burning more fuel to go. With the cleaner engine as a result of the oil catch can system, your car will operate better and go farther on a single tank of gas.
Prevent Engine Knocking
People who do not know a lot about cars tend to assume that an engine that knocks or makes a lot of loud knocking noises is devoid of enough oil. They add more oil trying to quiet the knocking sound. The truth is the opposite; the engine has a little too much oil, but all of the oil is caked all over inside the engine. Adding more fresh oil to the caked on mess will quiet the engine, but only temporarily until the new oil becomes sticky sludge, too. If you install the oil catch can system, the knocking will never happen because the sludge will never happen (or at least it will be delayed for many years). Buy the part from a reputable auto parts store and have your trusted auto mechanic install it for you.