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gotta remember Phil and jbrinkly are both running .5 bar with stock Internals and they love it.. It all depends on if you want to tear into the engine now or later.. I personally would not tearinto it unless I was changing P&Cs.. this would be the best way to go
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Old 02-02-2007, 04:46 AM
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Guys, where can I tap the oil feed from?

What length and sized line and what fittings do I need?

I've decided on the GT30R as it will give me best response and is within the HP goals I'm looking at.
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The usual method is to use a -10 line off of the oil temp sender-you'll need a banjo on that end, along with a male/female adaptor that is drilled for the banjo. I'm sure Ben or someone can point you in the right direction for the parts.
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Take a look on PET at the stock 930 setup.



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Guys, where can I tap the oil feed from?

What length and sized line and what fittings do I need?
I used an 1/8" T coming off of the oil pressure switch and a -3 hose to the turbo.

you can also use -4 (W/a restrictor) for the feed line. And use -10 for the oil drain line back to the case. There is a large thread in the turbo forum about drain options. BTW I used 3' of -3 hose for the feed line.
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Here is a pic of the T
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Nice "T".. where can I get one from and how much are they?

My Garrett dealer told me -4AN unrestricted to the GT turbo due to the lower oil pressures of the air cooled flat6
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Nice "T".. where can I get one from and how much are they?

My Garrett dealer told me -4AN unrestricted to the GT turbo due to the lower oil pressures of the air cooled flat6
I have them here probably 20 of them.. as to the oil pressure we all run restrictors in ours as there is too much oil anyhow
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Thanks Ben. How much are they?

Also, are the braided stainless steel oil drain lines suitable to run over/near hot header tubing?
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I have the braided oil lines to and where are you running the braided oil line near the exhaust?? email me for pricing ben@mkexhaust.com
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Curious, would a 14" long -10AN braided s/steel oil drain line reach from the turbo oil drain flange to the sump drain plug on my 3.2?

I'll be using Schnell 930 headers, so the turbo would be in the location where a typical 930 turbocharger is.
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Here's a picture of what I'm considering for oil drain (it's -10AN, 14" long):

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Here's a picture of what I'm considering for oil drain (it's -10AN, 14" long):

That might work... I am using SSI's and that was basically the last thing I installed before cranking the car over. I had some clearance issues between the SSI and the case drain (don't know about the clearance issue w/schnell) I found it easier to buy and make my own hose w/fittings from BAT than it was to order the fabbed fitting from someone like ATP or anywhere else.
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BTW Ben...(Not trying to Hijack this thread) that 90* bend you sent me looks like it's going to work for replacement of the boot. I have some 3/4" and 1/2" pipe I'm going to weld on for penetrators for the P/L in the rear and the ICV connection in front. Just tryng to source some silicone connections 3 1/4" to 3" (throttle body to 90*) and 3" for 90* to AFM.

On a side note...the constant torque hose clamps that Merv suggested have worked perfectly. The boot has not separated from the AFM since I have put them on...however before I put the IC on, I would feel far better w/the rubber boot being gone/replaced by something I will never have to worry about failing.
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Cool. I am sure jerry will be calling as soon as he gets back for one of those as well
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