Does The Upr Catch Can Actually Work?

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  1. Sharad

    Sharad ALWAYS choose the V over the P!!! Wait... what? Site Sponsor

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    I changed the oil in my 2006 Mustang GT so I decided to check the UPR Billet Catch Can to see how much oil was in it. I installed it the last time I changed the oil (maybe 5,000 miles?) so I wasn't sure what to expect. It's been about four months or so... Needless to say, I was pretty shocked to see that it trapped this much oil. UPR For The Win!

  2. Noobz347

    Noobz347 Stangnet Facilities Maint Tech... Er... Janitor Admin Dude

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    I'll make the same suggestion to you guys that I made to Steeda:

    Come up with one that incorporates a sight glass of some sort. I'll be online with my credit card when that happens. :)
  3. Sharad

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    Thanks for the suggestion!
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    I want one for under $65.00 U.S.
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    Better in the can, than all over the inside of you intake manifold. :nice:
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  6. Sharad

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    Keep an eye out for Cyber Monday deals. I don't think it'll get the can down to $65, but close.


    Exactly! That stuff is nasty!
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    I think that engine is tired, if it's having to catch that much oil.
  8. Sharad

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    I've heard of guys with new Coyotes filling up faster than that.
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    Yours is a blower car, is it not Sharad? They tend to fill the catch can pretty quickly. I had an air compressor oil separator on my last car and was emptying it once a week.
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    That's what I have on my Windsor. It gets about half full between oil changes. That's not to say that it's a great separator either though. I have nothing really, to compare it to.
  11. Sharad

    Sharad ALWAYS choose the V over the P!!! Wait... what? Site Sponsor

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    My 3V in the video was NA. I sold it and bought an NA 2011 5.0 for my DD. Haven't installed the UPR can yet. My Fox is ProCharged.

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