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Oil supply taken care of now, thanks to all for the input.

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Oil supply taken care of now, thanks to all for the input.
What is your final configuration from the case to the turbo
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Old 02-21-2009, 03:29 PM
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Using the OEM adapter back at the oil temp. sender, Sub. a bat mocal 14mm banjo to -6 then a -6 to -4 reducer to a -4 stainless braid hose to a t3 turbo flange with a -4 fitting on it.
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Bump for Ben Parrish to look at I still cant find the size of the check ball in the turbo oil supply someone please chime in the size. Just a note I say I necked down from -6 to -4 but BAT/Mocal had a 14mm to male -4 part # 14mm -4AN BJ144M so I ended up using that to simplify things I had originally used fittings from Summit, earl part# but you cant use this as the flanges on the banjo wont mate up to the stock adapter.
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IIRC, the ball bearing is 9mm. It is the same one as is under the cap on accessory port of the 3.2 fuel rail.
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Thanks Steve that is real good info when I ordered mine from Pelican Porsche finally come back and said NLA
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Hello, What type of braided hose are you using for the turbo oil supply?


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Hello, What type of braided hose are you using for the turbo oil supply?


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Lou do you mean me? I used earls performance hose for oil -4 AN
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Yes sir, Verify the type of stainless braided hose,( It probably is "AQP"), If it is be carefull as it is only rated to 300 degrees F. , That hose uses a elastomer liner,
The last 3-4 inches of the supply line (as they go into the turbo) will be exposed to higher temps.
I recommend aeroquip 666-667 teflon lined hose, (also braided stainless), it is normally used in aerospace applications, (500deg. F. )

I have seen a 'AQP" hose fail in the turbo inlet of a 3.2 converted car, If interested I can give you Ph. numbers where that type of hose can be ordered,

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I don't think I understand the spec from areoquip is 450 deg. thats 150 deg. difference the turbine side gets to ~1000 deg. so I would think a heat barrier would be more of an idea than changing the hose for only 150 deg. difference I am thinking of going up to the local hydraulic place and make me up a hose that has a 6 inch length of 1/8 inch stainless tubing with a -4 fitting on the end attach the supply hose to that.
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Thanks for the bump....it has cleared up a lot of things for me.
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Your welcome Ben
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Gsmith, Your solution of using the fabricated tube end sounds very good,
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I found my heat shield good for 2000 deg. I use it on my 02 sensor on the recommendation of the manufacture I have enough for 2 layers around the hose then I can put a temp sensor down there to see what the temp is inside the heat shield.
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i have put kevlar spark plug skirt on the end of the oil feed line in other high heat applications. Works great !
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I got the supplies to make up the tube for the oil supply all out of steel or stainless steel this should get the hose out of the heat range and I probably don't even need to use a heat shield.



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That looks great. When you install it, can you post a few pics?
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Here are the installed pics tight in there hard to get a wrench in.


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Great idea...looks like I will copy that s/u.
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Wink Oil supply adapter for turbo NLA help

I see they changed where the oil pickup is in 84. So will this fit my case (2.7)

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