I went to home depot and ordered the following parts:
1/4" Barb x 1/4" MIP (2x. Hose Barb)
1/4" FIP x 1/8" FIP (2x. These are couplers)
1/8" MIP x Close (2x. These are brass pipe nipples that thread into the Oil catch can)
1/4" Barb x 1/4" Barb (Double barb. I had this from a LONG time ago so yeah)
1/4" ID tubing (about 2 feet was good. I bought alot more cuz I need either way)
Unfortunately, no one had a 1/8" MIP x 1/4" Barb, so I had to couple these together to get it to work. If you can find a 1/8" MIP x 1/4 Barb, you'll be good money and you won't need the coupler nor the nipple.
Anyway, I used a standard wrench and just removed the oil catch cans barbs (which are for 3/8th from what it looked like) and replaced it with the new barbs.
Thats how it ends up looking. Afterwards, I connected the double barb to a piece of tubing.
Now under the hood... I disconnected the dirty air line (2nd line) and then... with the hose from that line, I connected the other side of the barb. Now the dirty air line was running into the 1/4" tubing via the barb. I then sized it up and cut and connected it to 1 barb from the oil catch can. Now I used the same tubing, connected it to the opposite side of the catch can, and connected that into the barb from the top of the intake manifold, where the dirty air line was originally running into.
I currently have it mounted using a ziptie and a clamp ring. I'm sure there is a better method. I just did this for now as it was wayyy too cold outside to start thinking. LOL Any suggestions in here would be appreciated.