2019 2.0 EXL
another thought - the upper hoses are connected by spring hose clamps but the drain hoses (drain fitting hose and both sides of the drain valve) are all connected by screw on hose clamps - at some point, I will probably go back and replace the very bottom clamp with a spring clamp so that, should I decide to unscrew and remove the bottom of the catch can, I can easily unplug the bottom hose first (the bottom hose is pretty much routed/zip tied in place and won't rotate easily at all).Installed a Mishimoto catch can with drain kit (yellow arrow points to drain valve - 90 horizontal (perpendicular to hose) for closed, straight down (inline with hose) for open).
A few thoughts - open unboxing, I half-heartedly tried to unscrew the body of the catch can just to look inside but it wouldn't turn by hand at all so I said forget it. Most of the kit seems really well made. Couple of concerns for longevity - the drain fitting is plastic (the upper hose fittings are metal) and the inline drain valve is also all plastic. The drain fitting is pretty long and protrudes up well past the bottom of the catch when screwed in so I trimmed/shortened the threads (if not, there would always be a significant amount of stuff in the bottom of the catch can that wouldn't drain). Next time I take it apart, I will probably try replacing the 3 top mounting allen head bolts with larger head versions.