UPR Black 4" Mega Catch Can Oil Separator Kit for all 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 F150s with a 3.5L EcoBoost Engine.
Ford did a great job with the design of the EcoBoost motor in your 2011-2014 F-150. However, there is one thing that without a doubt would help the longevity of your motor and that’s UPR’s new Black 4" Mega Catch Can Oil Separator. An oil separator does exactly that – separate oil from going into the intake manifold from the PCV line.
An oil separator or catch can is used on high performance vehicles because over time, especially with forced induction engines, oil eventually begins to cake in your throttle body and if untreated can result in a stuck or slow responding throttle.
Features and Benefits:
- Show Quality Black Finish
- T-6 6061 CNC Machined Billet Aluminum
- Mega Can Measures 7.5”x4”
- Prevents Oil from Entering Intake
- Improves Fuel Economy, Throttle Response and Performance
- Exclusive 4-Chamber Design Traps Oil
- Nickel T Fittings & Drain Cock
- Plug and Play Fittings at Can & Separator Connections
- Easy Installation Should Take Approximately 30-45 Minutes
- Made in the USA!
This catch can is made in the USA and features a show quality black finish. This T-6 6061 CNC machined billet aluminum mega catch can measures 7.5” tall and 4” wide and improves fuel economy, throttle response and overall performance.
The exclusive 4-Chamber Design traps oil efficiently and effectively while only taking approximately 30-45 minutes for installation. This kit from UPR includes everything you need to ensure the longevity of your F-150’s engine.
- Nickel Drain Cock
- Adjustable Mounting Bracket
- OEM 5/8" Factory Connectors
- 3/8" Goodyear Braided Hoses
- 5/8" Goodyear Braided Hoses
- Billet Hose Ends with Clamps
- Hi-Flo Billet Check Valves (2 Pieces)
- Plug N Play Quick Release Connectors & Billet Fittings
- Dual Valve Billet Catch Can (Exclusive 4 Chamber Design)
- Clean Side Separator (Multi-Stage Filtration) New Low Profile Design
Tech Tip: CJ Pony Parts suggests that you drain your new catch can every oil change. And do not pour the used oil back into the engine.
Whether you're a racer or just looking to have the best looking F150 on the block, you're going to want the most stylish, highest quality, affordable F150 parts available. With dozens of performance and styling parts available, the selection of UPR parts available from CJ Pony Parts might be one of the best places to turn.
Order a UPR Black 4" Mega Catch Can Oil Separator Kit for your 2011, 2012, 2013 or 2014 F150 with a 3.5L EcoBoost Engine from CJ Pony Parts today!
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When will this be available for the 2015?
I have a 2.7 Ecoboost 2015 Lariat. I was told by UPR that you guys recently got a Dual Catch Can 2.7 system. When will you be doing a video on this model? This system is different from this video and sure would like to see installation before tackling.
I installed this product and now when the engine is warm I can smell oil
Are you going to come out with a catch can for the 2015 f150 with the 3.5 eb ?
Does this catch can fit a 15 f150 3.5 ecoboost and does it come with the clean separator as well?
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Tools you'll need for this installation: A 3/8 ratchet, a 7/16 socket, a 5/32 Allen key and a Flathead screwdriver. All right, we're ready to install the catch can, but before we can mount it to the truck we have to relocate this sensor on the core support down here. Then we can mount the catch can to the core support. This install is pretty easy. We're using a factory hole here. All we have to do is remove this sensor and utilize a factory hole for this sensor, but we don't have to drill anything. Now that we have the sensor out, it's still not long enough to mount to the bottom of the core support. We have to pop this clip out and that will make the harness long enough. This will slide down and then you can mount the sensor down here. Now we can install the can. There's 3 holes on this bracket you can use which ever one you would like. There's 2 holes in the core support. We're going to use the larger hole for the bolt.
Now with the bolt through the bracket you can put the washer and nut on the bolt. We can tighten it up at the end when all the hoses are on. Now that the can's mounted we have to connect the hoses to the PCV system. In order to get access to the PCV system, you need to remove the engine cover. Now we get to remove the factory PCV hose. This is actually really easy to remove. There's a grey clip right here. Just lift up and pull off. Same thing on the other one, clip and pull up. Now we can remove the other PCV hose. Same process as the other side. Now that the PCV hose is off, we actually need to take this fitting off. It's very simple to take off. You just grab it and twist it. If you need a pair of channel locks or a socket those will work, but you just twist it and it comes right out.
Now with the PCV hose off we can install the UPR clean side separator. Just simply put it in the hole and give it a twist. Then it twists to whatever you would like it to, wherever the hose needs to connect to. There's 3 hoses that are provided in this kit. It's very important which hose goes where. This hose is for the driver's side. This connection right here goes on the catch can. This part right here goes to the clean side separator. This part goes to the turbo. We fed this hose under the intake pipe here and through the front of the car. All you do is push this splash guard aside. There's a hole it just goes right through. Now we're going to connect this end to the port on the far right of the catch can. To connect the hose to the catch can just simply press it down.
Now it's time to connect the 2 fittings. This one connects to the turbo, it just pushes on. This one goes to the clean side separator. Now it's time to install our second hose. This one has a billet check valve in it. You want to install it with the check valve closer to the catch can. This end goes to the intake manifold. We're going to run it through here and hook it up. Now it's time to mount our third and final hose. Now if you'll notice one end has a clip just like the factory hose we that we took off the PCV valve. The other has a new kind of clip. The factory clip goes onto the PCV valve and the new style clip goes on the catch can. It does matter which way this one goes.
Now if you run into a situation where you don't have enough room to run this hose with the fitting on, you can take this hose clamp off and remove the fitting from the hose. Which will give you a little bit more room and make it slightly easier to run the hose. This piece comes apart just like that. To reinstall it, just put the hose back on and tighten the clamp. We're going to run the hose like this just to make it a little bit easier on ourselves. Now we have the hose through. Taking this fitting off did make it a lot easier. Now we're going to reinstall the fitting on the hose. Now that the fitting is on there nice and tight we can reconnect it to the valve cover. Now before we install the third and final hose we're going to tightened down this bracket. Use the supplied Allen key up top for the bolt and a socket on the bottom. Now with the bracket nice and tight you can secure the third and final hose.
Then you want to make sure that the drain on the bottom is closed and not open. This is a 180 degree ball valve on the bottom here. You want to make sure it's closed before you start the vehicle. With the handle all the way to the side it's closed. All the way down, it's open. Then to the side again it's closed. You just want to make sure it's closed before you drive, otherwise the oil will just drip out and get all over your truck. Now that everything is connected, you just want to double check all your connection. Then reinstall the engine cover. Make sure the oil cap is off. When you install the engine cover make sure you get the hinge in the back connected before you press it down. Your installation is complete. Now that the UPR Mega Catch Can installation is complete it's going to keep our engine running strong and give it long lasting protection. Installation should take less than an hour and before you know it you'll be heading down the road.