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My engine does not have a turbo scavenging pump and does not need one. Granted my turbo sits slightly higher than the stock 930 turbo position, but all you need is a short, slightly downward, unrestricted flow path that is large enough to keep the oil from backing up into the turbo.
Like Tyson says, it isn't rocket surgery.

Running the line to the drain plug might cause problems. While under boost there is a positive G force on the entire car, includuing any oil that is trying to drain through that hose. If it has standing oil in it (which it would) the G forces would slow down the flow and possibly kill moskitos.

If the proposed line to the chain cover is low enough to provide a downward slope it should work just fine IMO.
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Old 11-15-2005, 02:49 PM
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