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Need Picture of B&B Turbo Oil Accumulator

What I really need to know is if the B&B one will fit w/ GHL headers.
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Old 10-15-2007, 08:16 PM
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I have heard of a couple people making the switch, and keeping the catch can. If there is clearence issues, all you would have to do is take it to a muffler shop and have them adjust then re-weld (cheaper than buying a new one)
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Considering it mounts to the turbo and not the headers...
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Correct, it mounts to the bottom of the turbo which is a good distance away from the headers.
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They look like B&B headers Yasin.
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They look like B&B headers Yasin.
Nathan - Correct hey are, but 78P930 asked to see a pic of the B&B accumulator, which is what my picture also shows.

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IIRC they are the ones you had coated, they look great.
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Thanks Yasin.
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What I really need to know is if the B&B one will fit w/ GHL headers.
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Pat
All the photos I've seen of the B&B tank I've thought "gosh, that looks identical to the GHL one" - except for the finish, of course (GHL one is painted).

Brian Gerber made one the day after the phone call and had it to me (on another continent) within the week. Excellent service for $80 US.

Can't say that I'm a huge fan of the way it's the lowest thing on the car. I've grounded it crossing railway tracks that took me by surprise.
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