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Finding a flange is the hard part.

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Finding a flange is the hard part.
Do the standard T3/T4 2-bolt flanges not fit? (i.e. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Function7-T3-T4-4-AN-Turbo-Oil-Inlet-Flange-Gasket_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQ_trksidZp1742Q2em153Q2el1 262QQcategoryZ33742QQihZ005QQitemZ150288600263QQtc Zphoto )
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If that flange fits the all I need is a 12mm banjo with -4 fitting and this flange and 4 foot of hose with fittings on both ends, cool that would be about half the price of the OEM stuff now what about reliability? I said 12mm banjo is it 10mm or 12mm or 14mm?
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Just got a response from the seller it will fit but aluminum?
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If that flange fits the all I need is a 12mm banjo with -4 fitting and this flange and 4 foot of hose with fittings on both ends, cool that would be about half the price of the OEM stuff now what about reliability? I said 12mm banjo is it 10mm or 12mm or 14mm?
I believe it is 14mm. I recall looking at those at BATINC and I think the 14mm is -6 at the smallest so you would need a reducer. With the OEM hose, I had to use a -6 adapter to fit the metric and then a -6 to -4 reducer. The OEM hose looks more like a -6 size than a -4, so I don't know how this effects oil flow if you go -4 the entire way.

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Thanks, Ben or anyone else could you chime in on -4 vs -6 for oil flow will it starve the turbo or anything else? I can get a steel flange from tredstone performance and steel 1\8 NPT to -an for the adapter and a 14mm to -6 hose end so sounds lke this would work.
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Now I found out the oil crossover line I have won't work with the euro exhaust I have, I need the later pipe that goes to the front of the engine and then over. I have two of the early style that goes under the tranny used for ssi conversions if anyone needs them.
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-4 an if fine for a turbo feed on something framed this size. It's fairly common practice to use that size feed on most aftermarket kits so it'll suit fine if you go that route on the KKK.
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-4 an if fine for a turbo feed on something framed this size. It's fairly common practice to use that size feed on most aftermarket kits so it'll suit fine if you go that route on the KKK.
Thanks will -6 starve the rest of the motor?
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I'm interested in your oil crossover lines. How much do you want?
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I'm interested in your oil crossover lines. How much do you want?
right now will trade for the later line in great shape that runs in the front of the motor. I have 2 and after I get a late oil line I will probably be open to selling the better of the 2 for around 10.00 plus shipping. I know the one I just took off had a dent but kinda looked like it belonged there as it is a perfect racetrack shape.
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The problem is, my car is my daily transportation and I'm not ready to change exhaust yet.
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We will see once I have a late line I will send you a PM you have first dibs on the best of the two.
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Got the oil line coming. soon I will be able to bolt on the exhaust and then work my way up from there I think I have the oil supply worked out. took my wastegate apart and was shocked to see the diaphragm was soft and pliant looked brand new that was great for sitting on a shelf for the last 25+ years. But I believe when I build my 3.2 I will be coming to you Ben for a tial wastegate.
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The oil drain set up is still ear marked for you and I think that feed route is fine don't worry. the wastegate though I would be a bit worried. I would try a v44 in place of what you have or the f46mm either way the it would be safest
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The oil drain set up is still ear marked for you and I think that feed route is fine don't worry. the wastegate though I would be a bit worried. I would try a v44 in place of what you have or the f46mm either way the it would be safest
Please expound on the worry with the wastegate I figured I would cut down the spring and do you have either of these wastegates laying around that I can get cheap my wife will kill me if I lay down 400+ for a wastegate now and this isn't my final version I am open to trade my wastgate for a used tial if anyone is open to that.
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Please expound on the worry with the wastegate I figured I would cut down the spring and do you have either of these wastegates laying around that I can get cheap my wife will kill me if I lay down 400+ for a wastegate now and this isn't my final version I am open to trade my wastgate for a used tial if anyone is open to that.

I think even a 38V from tial would work just fine and much cheaper then you think. I did several conversions on 3.2 low boost and we used 38mm with good results why chance it with the cutting of the spring
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Thanks ben thats the direction I want to go I will call you tomorrow.
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Your thoughts steel or aluminum for the oil supply flange on the turbo

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