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I don't have any issues draining my oil. there is just enough room to remove the fitting to the case to change the oil. It is just a little more of a hassle I guess, but really no big deal. I do have the futomoive valve on the oil tank but not on the case. They do sell one that will fit the case, but you won't be able to then run the oil return to the case there. You will have to go to the cam cover. I chose to drain the oil to the oil drain simply B/C it was lower and I would have no issue w/gravity draining the oil. I looked into going to the cam cover...but I felt that it was almost level w/the turbo and the oil might not drain as easily there.
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2005 GT3 Milltek Exhaust/ECU reflashed/OEM Short shift
1988 911 coupe (GP white) Turbocharged
1998 BMW 328i
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