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Old 04-24-2014, 01:15 PM   #21
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All the more examples on why you DON'T want this ingested into the intake air charge. The small price top pay for such dramatic results is a no brainer IMHO, and I urge any ecoboost owners to get the UPR extension to increase capacity of your can....you wont regret it.

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Finally got around to tapping out the catch cans and adding a ball joint and 3/8" tubing. Not as elegant as the RX can solution, but it's going to have to do for now. I'm alarmed at how fast the passenger side fills up. I average 1 oz of fluid per WEEK. The driver's side still has zero in it. Do I drive too slowly?
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Looks Good!!!

That looks normal.
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