After having this installed on my car for sometime now, I can say that while it may be suitable for stock/supercharged cars its capacity is not adequate in situations going above 500hp. The reason being being that the single 10AN ventilation port is not large enough to relieve the amount of crankcase pressure produced. The breather tank itself also should be larger to accommodate for the higher horsepower cars. Also due to the integrated design, the capacity of the coolant reservoir is limited and I'm not so sure that given the cooling issues when tracking these cars if that is such a good idea for adequate expansion.
We have dozens of tanks across the world, tracked regularly, with no reported issues.
We also have multiple cars above 600whp, with no reported issues, including our own vehicles that had been testing similar designs for years before we released the product. If there were issues, we have yet to hear of them. Feedback is great, we are always listening.
We have two tanks(no catch can) built and ready for coating now; we anticipate a week until they are ready to ship.
Plenty of datalogs show coolant temperatures holding within their range across multiple cars, in multiple conditions. Those cars that are tracked regularly have installed a higher efficiency radiator, which actually does the cooling. Our tank was designed as a simple storage device, that catches and holds fluid within the coolant system. It was never intended to increase cooling efficiency, as that is the radiators task.
The second tank is there to catch the first tanks overflow, which is then returned to the primary tank when conditions allow. If you're pushing through BOTH tanks, than there are other issues with your coolant system that need addressing. We have yet to hear of anyone push through both tanks, for the record.