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speed racer, your problem is that your turbos are not high enough in the car to gravity feed them in those lower valve covers. you need to use a scavange pump and a large return. Didnt you have a scavange on there before?
Oiling problems suck, I am really pissed about my turbo leaking because this is the first Porsche motor that I did that didnt leak oil and now for this b/s.

Candy, thats what I did minus taking the exhaust off. I saw that the turbo has about a drop every second for about 6-7 mins. after the car is shut off. All those drops eventually add up enough to rise and leak past my seals. I have that little ball check valve and it still dont stop it, I think I need spring loaded unit from 996 TT
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