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Originally posted by gngrbreadman
thanks merv and pat, just out of curiousity, the oil will drain from the turbo up through the drain hole in the bottom of the engine? im guessing the turbo sits higher then the oil level in the bottom of the crankcase or that the oil pump is always pumping the oil clear of that area,as for the 4 gaskets under each cyl according to my calculations and the directional pull from the earth along with its rotation on its axis as it revolves around the moon with the position of the stars im taking a educated guess that less comp then what it had has got to help keep me in the safe zone? for at least 4 to 6 psi = )
Yes, the turbo's oil drain hole sits higher than the sump drail plug... the oil pump in the engine provides enough scavenge capacity to suck/circulate the oil from this point. A lot of us are running this configuration successfully, or else we'll be having smoking, leaking turbo's
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