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I’d find someone that can weld a nipple on ur no limit intake and run it back to it. My truck started leaking oil when I ran back to my exhaust, I put back to my intake oil leak quite.
 

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Not sure how the no-limit CAI restricts things, but I would think it would be relatively easy to add a filter.

Advice - use 1" hose to avoid adding any back pressure.

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Here are some pics of mine
https://www.ford-trucks.com/g/album/839392
Mark thank you for the photos. I really need to get the filter installed into my truck along with a few other things.
But as you know I still am waiting for it to come back from the body shop. Nothing like a nice straight bed with
fresh paint to match.


I’d find someone that can weld a nipple on ur no limit intake and run it back to it. My truck started leaking oil when I ran back to my exhaust, I put back to my intake oil leak quite.
Yep you have to watch how much back pressure you have. The engine will leak everywhere place a seal is. The worst places
will likely be the crank seals and the bed plate if it has not been resealed with the RTV.

One can make a simple setup to test the pressure with a DIY simple manometer. You always want a negative number.

All you need is some clear tubing and a board to put it on. To make it easy add some color to the water.


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Instructions can be found here >>> https://sciencing.com/make-own-manometer-5241146.html

Robinson, Allan. "How to Make Your Own Manometer." Sciencing, https://sciencing.com/make-own-manometer-5241146.html. 24 April 2017.
 
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