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Can I change the turbo oil line without removing the intake?

It looks like changing the oil line is going to require removing the intake manifold... Is there any other way? Can I do this in the car?

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I don't think it will come out from under the manifold. I could not even get mine out with a Carrera manifold. The braided flex line is what I now use. Philip
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...i managed removing the stock hard line, but i rendered it useless in the process...it was faulty so i didn't care about bending it out...replaced with turbokraft braided unit...happy ever since...
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Yes, there is way, but you have to go to a braided line with AN fittings. I recently did this in the fall with my 78. I had to manage the stock unit from beneath intake and simply fed the braided steel line back in. I preferred this over removing the entire upper intake. It took me about an hour to cut the braided SS line, fit the AN fittings, and R&I the oil feed line.

I believe Chris at Turbokraft offers a kit for this. I cobbled mine together, but I'm not sure off all the fittings part numbers.

Here is the link for TK's kit.
TurboKraft Inc : Turbocharger Oil Feed Line Set : 3K-Warner [930 CVS BWK TK] - $205.00

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The stock oil supply pipe has a nice tidy routing but is a PITA to replace.

The do-it-with-the-engine-in-the-car-and-not-remove-the-intake-manifold method involves a good pair of compound cutters, like from Knipex. They short work of the stock oil supply pipe. Replace with our braided kit. Go back to driving.
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Chris - email sent and called.

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