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spacer behind oil filter for turbo oil return

I am revamping my turbo 2.7 and adding scavenge pump for my oil return. I was talking to a friend yesterday and he showed me a billet ring that goes behind your oil filter with fittings on it. Something like this would work great in my application since I have the pump mounted in that area and need to drain into the oil tank. Just curious if anyone has used one, or knows what one to buy.
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Seems like the oil from the small turbo scavange pump would be fighting against the oil from the large engine case scavange pump to get through the oil filter in that configuration.

That could lead to lower oil excavation from the turbo sump tank and a very smoky turbo..
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Called a "Sandwich adaptor".

These were commonly used for oil temp probes, difficult to find now. I still have an old one but it's threads will be different from the Porsche filter thread.

The billet ring you mention is another style. It likely has in and out ports for a remote oil cooler. These are still common, but not really what you're after. You could potentially modify one to work assuming it's diameter matches the Porsche filter O-ring size, but still the threads won't match what Porsche uses.

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Any better suggestions for getting the oil back to the motor on the right side without and major construction?
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