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Old 11-25-2007, 02:27 AM   #1
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Oil lines for my turbo setup.

What's the best oil line situation I could have for my setup.

Fullrace manifold w/ turbonetics t3/t4 turbo.
Redtop s13 engine.

What kind of fitting should I get, and where to do the return, and as for the feed what kind of kit/fitting should I get? I wan't to do it properly but I don't care about looks aka stainess braided fittings.

I also do not wan't to change the stock oil tubes on the side of the block.

Real, proven suggestions only please. Anybody with a suggestion like use some beer bong tubing from home depot keep it to yourself.
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Old 11-25-2007, 07:58 AM   #2
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What's the best oil line situation I could have for my setup.

Fullrace manifold w/ turbonetics t3/t4 turbo.
Redtop s13 engine.

What kind of fitting should I get, and where to do the return, and as for the feed what kind of kit/fitting should I get?
http://www.takamotorsports.com/ for all of your turbo oil line needs.

You may run the feed and return lines from the stock locations. You may need an oil restrictor. Contact Harp at the link above for advice.


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I wan't to do it properly but I don't care about looks aka stainess braided fittings.
The lines are usually braided and stainless steel. The fittings are usually aluminium or stainless steel. What do you want and not want?

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I also do not wan't to change the stock oil tubes on the side of the block.
You don't have to with the oil lines. I suggest you redo your coolant lines if you plan on running coolant lines. Search my posts.

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Real, proven suggestions only please. Anybody with a suggestion like use some beer bong tubing from home depot keep it to yourself.
There are useless wastes of space on Zilvia from posts like that so it's expected. Stupid people who otherwise can't get anyone else to listen to them like to make stupid posts.
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