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upgrade my oil lines who sells braided ?

I want to upgrade my engine and turbo oil lines to braided stainless, who sells a kit or lines. I can't find them on our host's sight.
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Yasin:

Did you get the parts from Smart or BAE or other? Did you just convert from metric to AN- or do something else? Crimp on ends or Military threaded fittings?
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Check ebay or local performance shop. I used this type of connection to my turbo's on my RX7 and they worked great..Making your own has its advantages cause you can make them to the exact size, with mine I have about an extra 5" routed in the engine compartment

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/JDM-T3-T4-OIL-FITTING-TURBOCHARGER-TURBO-OIL-LINE-KIT_W0QQitemZ220056250096QQihZ012QQcategoryZ33742Q QrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem?hash=item220056250096
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Jegs and Summit both carry Aeroquip, Earls, Russell, etc. to make your own lines, bbut some place local might have them as well. They will all be -AN fittings. I use the threaded type.

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Did you get the parts from Smart or BAE or other? Did you just convert from metric to AN- or do something else? Crimp on ends or Military threaded fittings?
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Sure Jeg's and Summit gets a fair share of my money each year from my domestic racing. Isn't there a need to convert many of these fillings to metric or do the typical speed shops carry these now that Import racing has taken on a mainstream?
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These guys sell very good quality metric fittings. http://www.batinc.net/ They're expensive but if you're making complete lines you don't have convert from AN to metric.
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Did you get the parts from Smart or BAE or other? Did you just convert from metric to AN- or do something else? Crimp on ends or Military threaded fittings?
Hi - I get all my fittings and Braided hose from an Earls dealer in town or if they are out of stock from Summit. Have an Earls catalog in hand at all times, great stuff in there!! Most of my hose end fittings are of course AN and then I have an AN to metric adapter. Earls are widening their Metric hose fittings for the many Metric applications out there - good news for us!

Here are some of the lines I made for my car at home:

On this pic...note the High Temp Fire Sleeve and I made a hose clamp to keep it in place from sliding and then bolting it to one of the valve cover bolts, also note the braide line for the wastegate as well:


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These guys sell very good quality metric fittings. http://www.batinc.net/ They're expensive but if you're making complete lines you don't have convert from AN to metric.
Interesting...that place is in Sarasota, FL - my old stomping grounds! Maybe, I could get my Dad to pick some stuff up for me...
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Yasin,

Were you able to find a 10 x 1.0 mm adapter for the wastegate for your line? I'm using a banjo fitting with the original bolt, but want to ditch it for something like yours.
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Jim - Aeroquip makes the fitting you are after (10mm x 1.0mm), their part number is FCM2239. This is what I used and do not have the banjo fittings anymore. Jegs have it in stock for $9.99

http://www.jegs.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/category2_10001_10002_21557_-1



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Those Banjo's are not too pretty that come with the Tial. Good job.
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