Makes sense, I'll hunt one down. Flush, oil cooler, EGR delete, STC fitting and blue spring upgrade done. Finishing up on the turbo cleaning and then back on the road after some ELC coolant and fresh engine oil.Without the hose it drains right on the starter. Not a recipe for long starter life. You can just leave a short section of hose on it all the time. That's what I did.
I also used a straight end on the fumoto. The space above the starter is very very tight and I had an awful time trying to get my starter wires reconnected and the plastic cap to secure back on. As TKO mentioned, I think I remember having to make some minor adjustments to make everything work. To be honest, it was a PITA to get is squared away but now coolant flushing is a piece of cake.You guys that put the fumoto block drain and hose on the passenger side did you use a straight end or bent end on the fumoto? Also if you did the straight end did you put back on the plastic cap for the starter wires? I used a straight end and put my wire cap back on and it feels like it is pinching the hose a little.
It is hard to say at this point. Often times you really don't know how it will work out until you get into the job. You could always purchase the straight one and the angled one. Try the angled one on the passenger side above the starter and see if it works better. If not you could just mount the angled one on the drivers side (shouldn't be any issues on that side) and then mount the straight one above the starter on the pass side.Would it be better to use the angle one if you can get it to point down? Or would you use straight if you had it to do again?