Originally Posted by fissure
Magnet or a swivel teardrop over the pipe. I had planned running it up the side of the UDS halfway.
The liquid in the bottom is why I was thinking of installing a 90 on the inside. A 2" 90 on a close nipple will get the hole an inch or so off the bottom. Guess I'll just try it and see if it works good. If not, can always modify it to a hole(s) in the side later.
Ah, I follow you on the 90 now. Sounds good. I'm new to this but I like having complete control over the air intake, so I'd make sure whatever you do there provides good / repeatable sealing.