First up was the J&L passenger side oil separator.
At first I was a bit perplexed because the factory plumbing has a 45 degree connector but this piece came with two 90 degree connectors.
It wasn’t going to connect like the factory piece.
After looking at it a bit, I concluded I could make it work by unplugging one wire on top of the throttle body and routing the plumbing under it instead of over it like the factory piece.
Here you see the 45 degree connector on the right end of the factory plumbing.
This is the wire the 90 degree connector wasn’t going to clear.
Whereas the 45 degree connector from the factory cleared it easily.
So I disconnected the wire from here and routed the J&L plumbing under it.
Here you see the finished installation.