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What about that kind of fittement..?...any feedback...?...thanks

I saw that....what are your thoughts...?....thanks for feedback...


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I think this set up is common when people do a turbo conversion on an NA 911 engine. It's easier and cheaper than fitting a separate scavenge pump for the turbo.
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Thanks for your answer...

And are there any convinients to make such a fitment on a 930/66 engine...?
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Do you not have a turbo oil pump on your 930/66?
A catch tank is a good idea as a volume buffer. The tank we manufacture has fittings on both ends. The right side can be routed to the engine sump if desired for more drain capacity.

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I saw that....what are your thoughts...?....thanks for feedback...


Looks like it's been there a while, the case is real clean, and that's the first time I've seen a charge pipe used as a tailpipe.
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Thanks Brian an JF...

My goal would be to don't use an additional tank and pump...only gravity....

I explain:

when I use the K29, the pump overflows and the turbo repulses the oil by the exhaust and even worse when I start where the oil stagnated in the body of the turbo since the last run....

May be, without the pump, I wouldn't have this problem....?
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I'd still us a tank so you can vent the overflow instead of backing up through the turbo seals.
The vent at the top of our tank has several different fittings to route overflow, a stock log tank will vent to the air filter housing. There is a problem somewhere if the oil input is not matching the pump output, best to fix or balance that.
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