It will always be a Dual Valve Catch Can as the Dual Valve refers to the fact that it has a WOT connection. The passenger side check valve is the only one that is a fully functional purpose driver setup. This is going to be the actual update and fix to the system.So after this fix its no longer a dual valve system? Is this the actual fix or is this to get us by for now?
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pictures would be nice...Just a quick update on the driver side connection for any one that has a CEL light turn on. The fix is to just remove the driver side line and with two wrenches open up the one way valve over a table and remove the cage, spring and disc from it and then close it back up. This will eliminate the CEL after you reset it. Then you will also retain the WOT evacuation line and function on your UPR Dual Valve Catch Can system. This is only for anyone that has turned on the CEL. A new option we are working on as well is the addition of a replacement for the PCV valve on the passenger side to increase the vacuum and airflow that has been helping to eliminate the demand on the CSS system and allow the system to function with a much better flow characteristic to the passenger side also allowing the system to actually reduce the crankcase pressure demand throughout the RPM range.
UPR has not stopped working on perfecting the Ecoboost PCV system, as I have been very busy working on how to remove the bottle necks from the factory system that create such a load on the drivers side.
I'll see if i can get pictures of mine. Mine leaks a bit. I had to take everything apart and thread seal everything. Just be careful, its easy to damage the paint. So far its held up. Ive been really trying to hold out for a solid mounting solution. The clamp version I'm not confident will work as there is no mounting location- at least as they've described. Luckily I've not had any CEL issuesDoes anyone have a picture of the UPR drain Valve? I went to drain my can today and my valve fell apart. I want to see if I got all the parts. I did eventually get the drain open once I removed the can from the truck and the drainage smell just like gas, not oil. Hopefully this truck will last me a long time.
I did receive a second "can" with my setup.
I thought it it was a mistake since none of the videos or pictures had it installed or being installed. Am I supposed to install it? If so where? (Pictures are worth 1000 words...)
As of this morning I am back to a stock set up