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Originally Posted by baloo View Post
Pat!
I just reviewed this thread and understood your installation, but not sure where/how exactly the pump drains into the chain cover. Did you have to modify the cover?

How is that working out for you?
I think it would be great to bypass a catch can.

QUESTION: If the electric pump should fail, would there still be gravity feed through the pump to the sump?
I not only have a catch can at the bottom of the turbo, but also have a -8 AN line going to the 4,5,6 chain cover. I have NEVER had an issue with oil leaking past the turbo seals.

Its easy to do. Take the chain cover off, drill hole... have a -8 fitting welded in... wallah!!!! Then, I had a -8 fitting welded into the other side of the catch can... connected the two with a AN line.. You can see it in this picture here. It is way below the bottom of the turbo, but it doesn't look that way in the picture

[IMG]IMG_0147 by turbobrat930, on Flickr[/IMG].
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