Our good friends over at UPR have updated their pretty excellent 2011 to 2014 F150 EcoBoost Dual-Valve Catch Cans with Clean Side Separators with a new clean side separator design that installs directly onto the driver's side PCV port instead of the oil cap neck to give your bay a cleaner look. While this update is a "good thing" at face value, UPR may or may not have instructions for the older CSS design and stuck them with the new catch can kits. Luckily the change was horribly drastic, and there's really only one change in the overall install process. Anyway, here's a link to UPR's updated PDF instructions, and a little explanation below of the differences between the old and new versions of the kit.
Basically, the older version of the dual valve kit came with a billet clean side separator that installed in place of your truck's oil cap. This is all well and good, but it it did leave this big UFO-looking thing hanging around in your truck's engine bay and wasn't as efficient at capturing PCV blow-by as it could be. UPR's new Low-Profile CSS installs in the driver's side valve cover's PCV port so that it can directly collect blow-by gasses while being able to fit under your truck's valve cover for a much cleaner look. Check out the difference below. The old CSS is on the right, while the Low Profile CSS is on the left.
Anyway, routing the hoses and everything on the passenger's side of the truck is more or less the same, and your post-install should look roughly like the simplified diagram below:
If you did end up with the incorrect set of instructions, or if you still have any questions about your UPR catch can install, feel free to give us a call directly at 1-877-578-2433.