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Bill,

You correct on pictures 2 and 3. I have the same billet adapter but never used as I needed to modify the down-pipe for the B6 IC. Instead, I used high pressure turbo hose between the turbo and down-pipe. That seal does go between the turbo and the tin. It helps to reduce things from going in or out of your engine compartment. Use it if you like. In the picture you are starring at the bottom of that seal. Turn it over and slide on the turbo prior to the billet adapter.

Regarding picture number 1, this is the line. You will need to replace with either a hard line that runs in the rear of the motor under the bell housing along with the new thermostat line or a stainless steel braided line as NathanUk had mentioned. I would recommend the hard line option. I did this on mine and have been very happy.

Bryan
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