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    Ok ladies and gentlemen, I received my 5030-98 catch can system from UPR. Here is the install video, at the end i give the details on the subscriber give away :headbang: i'm doing on the 5028 can I currently have. Enjoy! :cheers:

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    Question for the guys at upr,i just bought the procharger catch can,and see their is some additional plugs.Can i run a breather filter right off the catch can,i would really like to have a vented catch can to help with crankcase pressure.
     
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    UPR Correct Oil Control and Crankcase Ventilation.

    The UPR ProCharger Catch Can setup already works like a breather system and still maintains a small amount of vacuum. There is no benefit to running it with a breather filter. If you would like to have an additional way to release additional crankcase pressure correctly I would recommend the UPR One-Way Breather Filter that gets installed at the oil filler cap.

    That will give you a much stronger source to release crankcase pressure and still maintain the same vacuum level that the ProCharger system was designed to run and gives you the very best of both world without compromising any performance benefits from the vacuum and UPR ProCharger Catch Can System.

    Feel free to PM me anytime for additional info or offers.

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    Sorry I know this was an old thread but this was the only thread I found the info I needed in. What did you end up doing with the open holes left in the manifold and intake tube? I bought this same catch can breather which I now realize I should have got the 5030-98-1 catch can instead of this 5029-211 catch can/breather. But I think even later in the build this will be a great can to have. So id like to make it work. should I just plug the holes? put a breather on them? Any help is appreciated, Thanks also maybe @UPRjoe can chime in.
     
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    #85 5.0_SD, Oct 1, 2018
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    IIRC they sent me another hose...I reached out to Joe and they took care of me. I'll look after work but I'm fairly sure I don't have a real long hose coming off the can...will let you know.
    EDIT: Confirmed, I just looked and I have shorter hoses than in the pic...sorry, it had been a while and I forgot how it was done. But, yes, reach out to them...I made the stupid mistake of coming here and spouting off, which I normally don't do, but Joe and crew hooked it up and all is well.
     
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    The breather kit does not connect like that. A breather is just that, a breather. Both valve covers will tie into eachother and vent it. You will cap the manifold off using a 5/8 cap. The intake tube will be capped off as well.


    I have attached photoes on how it connects. 15-17-mustang-gt-5-0-billet-breather-tank-plug-n-play-12.png.jpg 15-17-mustang-gt-5-0-billet-breather-tank-plug-n-play-9.png.jpg
     
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    He may have been mistaken like I was but when I bought it, there was nothing said it's for supercharged vehicles (not bought from your site). I wanted it because of the size of it; I was thinking it's huge so I won't have to check to see if its full hardly ever.
     
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