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quote" Just another point of interest, the hose from the scavenge pump can be disconnected at the tank without having to drain the tank. It seems that even though the connection is at the bottom of the tank, there must be a pipe on the inside which goes up to a point above the normal oil level.
I'd love to see what's inside one of these if anyone's got photos "quote

the pipe probably goes up to the filter like the hose coming back from the cooler does it would make sense because if you didn't then unfiltered oil would go to the motor from the turbo.
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Old 02-25-2009, 03:47 AM
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