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Old 03-27-2005, 23:21   #1 (permalink)
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Oil out line for Turbo ea

hey guys i just wondering if anyone knows a good place to run a oil out line on a 3.9 ltr motor, ive done my oil in witch i just used a t pieace on on oilsender unit,any help would be awesome
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Yes run a T piece off that oil sender line onto either brake line or proper braided line from Pirtec etc..
Like this on mine..Similar this is V8...
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Yes run a T piece off that oil sender line onto either brake line or proper braided line from Pirtec etc..
Like this on mine..Similar this is V8...

i have already done the oil in libe from the sender , i need to know where to to tap into the block for oil outline
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i have already done the oil in libe from the sender , i need to know where to to tap into the block for oil outline
YES thats where you tap in for oil supply "to" turbo's...
You need to have return line into sump '"from'" turbo using atleast 14mm line..
As close to gasget as possible but clear of any sump bolts...
Simply start with small prick punch and work your way to bigger one, then tap thread through hole with some sealant screw in a coupling for return line...Make sure return line is almost stright down or no closser to horosontal than 45* or you'll have oil seal issues.... As said here on Vortech site....
http://www.vortechsuperchargers.com/...s/4FA218IM.PDF
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