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Old 02-10-2015, 05:21 PM   #141
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Well, today I decided to check the hoses and quick connect on my UPR can and see what it was doing. I had driven 239 miles since I posted my findings and pictures last time and since I had switched the flow back to it going through the middle diffuser and coming out through the C shape area. I couldn't get very good pictures this time but I did find oil in the quick connect again and it had some milky color to it as well.

I had the can on for a total of 501 miles and the amount of oil in the can was from the entire time. It collected right at 1/4 oz of oil. Here are the pics.




I took the can off and put my Bob's can back on for the time being until Joe comes out with the next two stages that are planned.

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Well, today I decided to check the hoses and quick connect on my UPR can and see what it was doing. I had driven 239 miles since I posted my findings and pictures last time and since I had switched the flow back to it going through the middle diffuser and coming out through the C shape area. I couldn't get very good pictures this time but I did find oil in the quick connect again and it had some milky color to it as well.

I had the can on for a total of 501 miles and the amount of oil in the can was from the entire time. It collected right at 1/4 oz of oil. Here are the pics.




I took the can off and put my Bob's can back on for the time being until Joe comes out with the next two stages that are planned.

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Thank you for the update. I love to see the feedback as the new filters are to combat the excessive heat in that location. I have almost finished the new remote mounts for the 5028-98 Single Valve Catch Cans. Removing much of the heat factor and issue with short lines that allows the oil to stay suspended in the air stream. So here is a sneak peek at the new bracket system and hose package for the remote mount upgrade package.

Everyone, check it out and let me know what you think of it.

I have been working hard to deliver a bracket system that matches the quality and performance of our systems. Relocating the system a much higher airflow path that allows the can to run at less than half the temperature of the Radiator hose location and forcing the oil to fall out of suspension and giving you the absolute sturdiest mounting system available. I have also made sure to utilize our new quick release knob so the system can be removed in less than 60 seconds to be serviced.

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The bracket system looks good. That is on a 2015 GT Mustang. Where would it mount for the 11-14 GT Mustang? Also, How would I go about getting a new top since my can was one of the first ones delivered here and I don't have the mounting holes in my top? Thanks.

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Just got in the New line UPR SS Diffuser Filters and the Inline Dirty Side Coalescing Filters for all UPR 4 Stage Multi-Chamber Catch Can Systems. Any existing UPR customers with our 2 inch 2.5 inch and 3 inch diameter 5028 or 5030 series catch cans that are interested in the $30 Upgrade Kit can just pay the $10 shipping fee and will receive the Upgrade for FREE. UPR is committed to delivering the best products and solutions consistently. While keeping our customers on the forefront of True High Performance Products.
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How do you want us to pay the $10 shipping fee? Do we need to call UPR and if so, who do we need to speak with to get this upgrade? Thanks.

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Thumbs up UPR Catch Can Uprgade Kits ordering instructions.

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How do you want us to pay the $10 shipping fee? Do we need to call UPR and if so, who do we need to speak with to get this upgrade? Thanks. Wayne
To order the UPR Catch Can Upgrade KIt all you need to do is contact UPR Sales Team and tell them what model UPR Catch Can you have and they will enter it in and then you will just pay the $10.00 S&H cost and it will be shipped out. ( 561-588-6630 )

The actual kits are going to be $29.99 retail and I am making it a free upgrade for all our existing customers. As these are professionally machine woven SS filter elements.

Do not call in until after 12 noon today, I still have to create part numbers and specifics in our inventory system.

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Old 02-24-2015, 08:30 PM   #147
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Okay Joe, thanks.

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What the word on a relocation bracket for the 2011 - 14?

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Ok Joe, I yesterday received a satin catch can with just the short but adequate braided lines. I installed the can after inspection but it was late so I just started the 3.7 and let it run with a few revs to make sure the can sealed properly to the intake and valve cover connections. Do I get the upgrade or is it needed for my 2014 3.7 Cyclone? There was no paper work, decals or model numbers?
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Ok Joe, I yesterday received a satin catch can with just the short but adequate braided lines. I installed the can after inspection but it was late so I just started the 3.7 and let it run with a few revs to make sure the can sealed properly to the intake and valve cover connections. Do I get the upgrade or is it needed for my 2014 3.7 Cyclone? There was no paper work, decals or model numbers?
Post a picture of the internals on your system and I will pull the upgrade and see what we have for you.

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I'd like to thank you for your quick response, and wish to know if I configured the can in the proper alignment? here's pictures.
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I'd like to thank you for your quick response, and wish to know if I configured the can in the proper alignment? here's pictures.
Actually that looks absolutely perfect. How do you like the adjust-ability of the fittings as that is a new feature for our systems. Yes your can will accept the new UPR SS Coalescing Filter Upgrade.
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I like the plug an play and adjustable fittings fine, what model No. is my can? I got no instructions, decals or anything with the unit in the package? No decals, really? Advertise!
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5028-110-1 is the model number for your system. I am working on the rest as we have been creating new logos and literature across the board. My apologies on the lack of extras..

I have some really nice looking 3.7L emblems we made to go on the car or replace the airaid emblems on the airbox and intake tubes. Since they are the same size as the original Ford Oval Emblem.

They retail for $20 a pair and also if you want the upgrade for the catch can to further improve the systems performance I would be willing to give you the emblems for $10 plus the $10 shipping for the emblems and the upgrade. So you would be getting the upgrade and 1 emblem for free.

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aFe vs K&N drop-in with Airaid "tube"

I'll give you a call today, thanks again for the reply. Here's my intake setup.
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UPR catch can 2015 model

Here's the inside works.
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Thumbs up UPR 5028 Firewall Mounted System with SS Woven Coalescing Filter.

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For everyone that asked, here it is........

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For everyone that asked, here it is........

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Great, is there a new part number for a Plug-n-Play with the new mount/hoses?
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Looks very good Joe. What do I need to do to exchange my current 4 stage catch can with this new one? I have already ordered the filtering upgrade for $10.

I would need a top section that has the mounting holes as well as the mounting bracket, bolts, and the longer hoses. Let me know. Thanks.

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I just received the new SS upgrade filter from UPR for the new four chamber catch can. I only received one filter. I was under the assumption that there were two different filters from Joe's post #144. I called and spoke to someone at UPR and they told me the other filter is not ready yet so I'm not sure what exactly I was supposed to get. I forgot to take a picture of the filter itself but here it is installed on the middle part of the catch can.

I'm not sure I installed it correctly but from talking with the guy at UPR, I think it is. I didn't receive any instructions with the filter. Here are the pictures.





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Joe I have the 5028 and mine came with the 2 mounting holes on top so what do I need to upgrade to the new location? I went to your website but didn't see where I can buy what I need. I also want to add the extra stage at the same time.

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I was told that the new remote mount kit was not available yet when I called UPR yesterday. I also want to remote mount mine but my top doesn't have the mounting holes on the top of the can so I will need more pieces to make mine work.

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I just received the new SS upgrade filter from UPR for the new four chamber catch can. I only received one filter. I was under the assumption that there were two different filters from Joe's post #144. I called and spoke to someone at UPR and they told me the other filter is not ready yet so I'm not sure what exactly I was supposed to get. I forgot to take a picture of the filter itself but here it is installed on the middle part of the catch can.

I'm not sure I installed it correctly but from talking with the guy at UPR, I think it is. I didn't receive any instructions with the filter. Here are the pictures.





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I also ordered the new SS upgrade and just 1 came in the mail. I guess I'm going to install it like you have it until told otherwise.
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I also ordered the new SS upgrade and just 1 came in the mail. I guess I'm going to install it like you have it until told otherwise.
Glad to see the new addition installed and you should really enjoy the improvement as well.

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Joe are we installing the new piece in the correct area?
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Joe are we installing the new piece in the correct area?
Yes, I would like you to move the o-ring right above it and let the SS coalescing filter push against the screen above it and slide the o-ring down to the bottom and let the coalescing filter sit on the o-ring.

I will post pictures oh how the filter each Diffuser shield should look after with the coalescing filter installed correctly.

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So it looks like the way I have mine installed is the correct way. I'm assuming that the correct flow path is still through the C chamber first and then out the middle to the intake?

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With the new coalescing filter in place you can run it the traditional way from the center then out the C which now stops the oil from getting carried across the filtration screens. I have found this to give us the results we were looking for.

You are more than welcome to run it either way since you love to test the performance and see what you like best.
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With the new coalescing filter in place you can run it the traditional way from the center then out the C which now stops the oil from getting carried across the filtration screens. I have found this to give us the results we were looking for.

You are more than welcome to run it either way since you love to test the performance and see what you like best.
Ok, I will run it the traditional way and see what happens. Is there supposed to be some other type of filtering device coming in addition to this one?

Also, do you know when the remote mounting version will be ready? Thanks.

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I wanted to update this thread. I was able to swap my radiator mounted system for UPR's new firewall mounted system. Go to this link to see my pictures and comments. They are at the bottom of this thread.

I just installed the system today so I have no information yet on how well it performs. I also added some stainless steel mesh to the bottom of the can that I had from one of UPR's new diffuser for their original style cans.

This is one thing I like about my Bob's can because it helps prevent oil from splashing up during driving. I want to see if it makes the can more effective.
UPR's Redesigned Catch Can

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I wanted to update this thread. I was able to swap my radiator mounted system for UPR's new firewall mounted system. Go to this link to see my pictures and comments. They are at the bottom of this thread.

I just installed the system today so I have no information yet on how well it performs. I also added some stainless steel mesh to the bottom of the can that I had from one of UPR's new diffuser for their original style cans.

This is one thing I like about my Bob's can because it helps prevent oil from splashing up during driving. I want to see if it makes the can more effective.
UPR's Redesigned Catch Can

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I just wanted to give a short update on running this can. I ran it for 255 miles and then checked the exit line coming out of the can and found no signs of oil. I put a new Q-tip inside the fitting and ran it around and no residue came back on it.

I did add the extra SS mesh in the bottom of the can which I mentioned above which I think helped because I didn't have any real oil on the middle diffuser or SS mesh ring like I did on the previous version of this can at about the same mileage. I did have oil in the bottom of the can, probably about 1/2 a tsp.

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Im still getting some oil in the Exit line. Mine is still in the front mounted location sitting on the radiator hose. Wayne you were getting oil in the exit line before the relocation right? Im still happy with mine just as it is but if it can get better then im all for it also.
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Im still getting some oil in the Exit line. Mine is still in the front mounted location sitting on the radiator hose. Wayne you were getting oil in the exit line before the relocation right? Im still happy with mine just as it is but if it can get better then im all for it also.
Yes, you can see from my pictures above that I was still getting oil in the exit line but I was not using the new SS mesh ring that UPR came up with later because it had not come out with it yet at the time I posted those pictures.

I never tried running the UPR can again after I got the SS ring because at that point I wanted the remote mount and I was still happy with my Bob's can.

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Can you post the link to the exact model you picked up? The upr site has a lot of different catch cans.

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Can you post the link to the exact model you picked up? The upr site has a lot of different catch cans.

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