Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by vazo, Feb 16, 2019.
Got it installed except the breather.
No need to disconnect the battery.
Installation takes tens of minutes...
Took a lot longer but I'm a perfectionist so I want it installed just how I like it.
Taking off the turbo intake tube for drilling and reinstalling it took up most of the time. The directions showed one place to install the can and a video showed another. Tried both, ended up have to do some trial and error fitment to get the two connections on the catch can, as well as, the drain valve where I wanted it too.
I just replaced my UPR can with Radium Dual Can kit (PCV and CCV)
I really like the radium's quality, location and drain location more than the upr.
Just got the updated JLT, the quality is very nice and at that price point it’s an good buy
What is a "CCV"?.....I'm on the verge of installing a catch can and so far I like the UPR with all factory quick connect fittings...I saw a petcock on the bottom of the can, can you run a short hose to to making draining easier?
Got plenty of step drills...
I did an teamrx(something to that point) no drilling and easy to access to drain. No complaints with 10k miles
Yes you can, you need to purchase the drain kit which comes with hose, another ball valve and a few extra fittings.
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