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I don't know if Jerry Woods still makes these or not but this is what I run on some of my 935 motors. It is a nice billet piece about an inch think with a fitting coming out of the side.

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I don't know if Jerry Woods still makes these or not but this is what I run on some of my 935 motors. It is a nice billet piece about an inch think with a fitting coming out of the side.

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I don't know if Jerry Woods still makes these or not but this is what I run on some of my 935 motors. It is a nice billet piece about an inch think with a fitting coming out of the side.

Those beautiful turbos sit much higher than our "pedestrian" version so there is a natural downward runoff to the oil drain of probably over 7" I would guess.
Looking at my setup which is based on a 3.2 with turbo exhaust, scavenger pump, etc., the difference in height between the oil outlet at the torbo and the oil plug is no more than3.5".



Looks to me like the little turbo oil tank will fill with oil every time the engine is turned off and perhaps even reach the turbo itself if parked in an upward incline.
Maybe the more conservative alternative is to run the oil line from the scavenger pump directly into the oil drain.
Thoughts?
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I don't run a drip tank. No problems here

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Those beautiful turbos sit much higher than our "pedestrian" version so there is a natural downward runoff to the oil drain of probably over 7" I would guess.
Looking at my setup which is based on a 3.2 with turbo exhaust, scavenger pump, etc., the difference in height between the oil outlet at the torbo and the oil plug is no more than3.5".



Looks to me like the little turbo oil tank will fill with oil every time the engine is turned off and perhaps even reach the turbo itself if parked in an upward incline.
Maybe the more conservative alternative is to run the oil line from the scavenger pump directly into the oil drain.
Thoughts?
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I don't run a drip tank. No problems here
Did you make the flange connection from turbo to oil line or where you able to source the part?
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with the stock configuration the tank could fill up with the engine off since the line from the tank to the pump runs UP HILL.
at least with it plumbed to the case there is at least a 3.5 inch drop according to you, but then if oil runs from the oil tank to the case, it could back up into the catch can.


my concern is when my engine is not up to op temps, and even times when it is, my oil tank will show empty when driving and maybe 1/2 to 3/4 when idling. so where is all that oil when the tank is empty? in the bottom of the case? if the case is full will the turbo still drain into the case?

I know guys are running this with no problems. just some thoughts that have come with some of the discussion going on.

uwon,
my catch can looks like yours. I am thinking of doing this and was thinking of leaving the catch can on if could route the line but it looks like I would have to remove the CC.

was also thinking of a way to insulate the oil line, perhaps exhaust wrap?
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Those beautiful turbos sit much higher than our "pedestrian" version so there is a natural downward runoff to the oil drain of probably over 7" I would guess.

I don't think those turbos sit any higher than yours or mine? Look at the console bolts. Both your turbo and that one is just higher than the bolt line of the console. Of course the other car is pointing down making it harder to reference.
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I've been running a gravity drain on mine since inception. No issues or smoke.

The sump cover came froma a member on Pelican. My hose run is a bit awkward but I've seen a better solution from Chris Nielsen (cnielsen) who runs a custom built metal oil feed tube between the headers. Better clearance for sure.

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Did you make the flange connection from turbo to oil line or where you able to source the part?
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I don't think those turbos sit any higher than yours or mine? Look at the console bolts. Both your turbo and that one is just higher than the bolt line of the console. Of course the other car is pointing down making it harder to reference.
You're probably right!
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I've been running a gravity drain on mine since inception. No issues or smoke.

The sump cover came froma a member on Pelican. My hose run is a bit awkward but I've seen a better solution from Chris Nielsen (cnielsen) who runs a custom built metal oil feed tube between the headers. Better clearance for sure.

Virtually the same thing I am running on my M16 935 with custom built hard lines out of the turbo , with no catch can/accumulator, to the center of the case then straight back
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Obviously this one is different based on a 1994 3.6 turbo . Even with the accumulator tank gravity feed to the lower valve covers was easy

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I machined the sump plate after talking to Rich at JW, who told me they had no plans to make any more. Jerry made one for my car when they rebuilt the motor back in 2009.
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