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Well got my UPR catch and lines installed about a week ago. Checked it today and already collected this much oil. Daily driven to work, about 20 miles each way, mostly highway. So figure 200 miles or so. Glad I decided to do this install.
 

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What type fitting is that going into the intake? Part number?
The fittings came from EARLS plumbing. They are standard 45° male AN to male NPT hose adapters. Specifically -8 AN to 1/2 NPT (pn# 982388).

https://www.anplumbing.com/adapters/aluminum-adapters.html

I drilled out the NPT side to 15.5mm to slip over the plastic nipples on the manifold. Then secured them in place with setscrews. I didn't want to modify the manifold itself. Put some shrink wrap over the male pipe threads to dress them up a bit. Any other brand in that size should work fine. Just been using EARLS for years.
 

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The fittings came from EARLS plumbing. They are standard 45° male AN to male NPT hose adapters. Specifically -8 AN to 1/2 NPT (pn# 982388).

https://www.anplumbing.com/adapters/aluminum-adapters.html

I drilled out the NPT side to 15.5mm to slip over the plastic nipples on the manifold. Then secured them in place with setscrews. I didn't want to modify the manifold itself. Put some shrink wrap over the male pipe threads to dress them up a bit. Any other brand in that size should work fine. Just been using EARLS for years.
Nice installation. IMO Looks better than the standard installation using z bracket.
 
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