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is this everything needed for the oil kit for my turbi setup?

i thought for some reason you used the head as your oil supply, but this is saying that theyir fitting is for the block.


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That looks like it should be everything you need. You might need to weld a fitting to the oil pan though.
a little jb weld will work too! if your ghetto fabbin...
 

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a little jb weld will work too! if your ghetto fabbin...
definately not ghetto fabbing..........last thing i want is to worry about an oil leaK.
 

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thats what i did....going on 4 months...no leaks
cool. I've never actually used jb weld before so i guess i dont really know the capabilities of it. I just saw "ghetto fabbin" and figured that it was the equivalent of a good duct tape job.

i have access to a welder so it wont be any problem for me to do it by welding.

thanks for the input though.....any is appreciated
 

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so many people use jb weld on their other returns... ive used it on many setups, no leaks! used it on motorcycle engine cases, no leaks. its on my current setup, 2 months no leaks, stuff is the shiznit!

even used it on my bros plastic dirtbike gastank that had a 6 inch crack!
 

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you can use either the block, or you can install an oil filter sandwich that will supply oil for your turbo. As far as the return, just use a threaded piece of copper piping, with nuts and washers on both sides (squishing the 2 sides together)
 

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it looks like a very well put together kit, and it seems to be all there. if you get it, do a product review, so we can all know if the kit is any good. :TU:

will do
 

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JB Weld is the bomb!
 

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Personally, I'd drill and tap the oil pan for the return line. Slap some teflon tape on there, screw that fitting in and secure with some JB Weld. I think that should cover any leakage on the return line.
 
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