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Here are a few pics of my oil return to the sump.
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Old 01-24-2007, 11:01 AM
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OK, that is a good idea, but it can't apply to my sc could it. I mean, if I had that on mine, it would hang down too much?
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Nice Phil, what kind of turbo is that? Garrett?
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OK, that is a good idea, but it can't apply to my sc could it. I mean, if I had that on mine, it would hang down too much?
nope it will wrok trust me I will post pics shortly..
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Old 01-24-2007, 11:36 AM
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Ben are you using that finned sump plate. I think it's made out of alum.
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Can you just confirm what size fitting is on the sump bolt?
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That looks pretty cool. No additional tank to worry about.
I wonder if there is any weight saving compared to the 930 setup. I'm thinking there is.
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if you are asking me Merv

it's -10 X 20mm 1.5 union
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Roaddawg
Ben are you using that finned sump plate. I think it's made out of alum. [/QUOTE

yup
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That looks pretty cool. No additional tank to worry about.
I wonder if there is any weight saving compared to the 930 setup. I'm thinking there is.
For sure! No mechanical (or electric) scavenge pump and associated lines required... just drain straight into sump bolt

Thanks for clarifying KPSG.
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kpsg and jbrinkly and I all use the same Turbonetics TO4E it works very very well.. and also the same basic drain set up
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here is the link to watch over the next week I will finish the project and hopefully get it running

my 3.2 ss/twin plug/turbo motor
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So, what I want to know is...do any of you guys run these turbos at the track, and do you have any drain problems when you basically stay on boost at high RPM for 20 minutes or so?
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So, what I want to know is...do any of you guys run these turbos at the track, and do you have any drain problems when you basically stay on boost at high RPM for 20 minutes or so?
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When I spoke with henry@supertec he said his 914-6 turbo was run the same way and he use to pound that car what he said so if it works for him nuff said IMHO
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OK, sounds good to me too, Ben.
BTW, I need a muffler for the 914 track car.
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If my pump ever packs up I will check with Kevin and do away with that pump.
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OK, sounds good to me too, Ben.
BTW, I need a muffler for the 914 track car.
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the only draw back on an sc is that where it drains has no screen in it so it can't really be filtered.. but other then that nothing to go bad as it draws directly off the scavange of the oil pump thats part of the reason I had my sc pump modded to flow 30% more
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ok here is mine
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Ben, you had me thinking it would be easy to get the drain idea on the sc sump. Yours looks very effective, but where did you get it done?(you I'm sure) can you sell it if I needed it/ asked for it?
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