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Similar to what I installed in 2017. $30 can and $100+ in hoses, adapters and bracketry. I also used the SS pad in the catch chamber. Happy with the result and it blends in with an OEM look.

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The outlet is the side with the baffle
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Turns out mine is oriented correctly, purely by chance.

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You can increase the efficiency of this catch can considerably by stuffing one of these into the can
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These are stainless steel scouring pads. You can get them on Amazon.
The idea is you give the oil vapor something to cling to as it passes through the catch can.
Also put in one of the stainless steel pot scrubbers per @TX_Bandit 's recommendation to condense more oil vapor. Two won't fit and still leave clearance for the baffle.

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The copper-colored residue around the top of the can is copper anti-seize compound.
 
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