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Old 04-18-2007, 12:35 AM   #1
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Default GT28R oil/water feed fittings, other bolts ??

I've searched everywhere and just can't find any info on this.
I'm trying to build custom SS lines with AN fitting for oil and water supply for my turbo and can't find what fittings I need for the turbo. Anyone know what size/thread they are? It's a gt2560R turbo btw

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Does anyone know what bolts are used for valve cover?

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i did that on a gt2554. i had an fm/begi mani. the side closest to the engine was a tight fit with the compressor housing at 12 oclock. i used a banjo fitting on that side. the rest i used metric to AN fitting adapters.

i know i posted pics of it last year. i'll look for it an link it.
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Old 04-18-2007, 01:54 AM   #3
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pics arent up on my server, so i attached them to this post.
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GT28R oil/water feed fittings-turbo_fully_dressed.jpg   GT28R oil/water feed fittings-turbo_fully_dressed2.jpg   GT28R oil/water feed fittings-turbo_fully_dressed3.jpg   GT28R oil/water feed fittings-turbo_side_outter.jpg   GT28R oil/water feed fittings-turbo_side_towards_engine.jpg  

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here are some more with it on the manifold:
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GT28R oil/water feed fittings-turbo_top.jpg   GT28R oil/water feed fittings-manifold_rear.jpg   GT28R oil/water feed fittings-manifold_side.jpg   GT28R oil/water feed fittings-manifold_side_2.jpg   GT28R oil/water feed fittings-manifold_top.jpg  

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Very nice, thanks for the pictures. Do you remember what fittings you used for the turbo? I think 2554 and 2560 should be the same.
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i bought a lot of the stuff from ATP turbo. the AN fittings from www.anplumbing.com i can't remember what the thread/pitch is, but i believe you can find it on m.n or by calling atp.
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banjo fitting

it's been a while, but i believe the oil is m12, the water m14. dont know the pitch.

the oil drain is an ATP two bolt. i used an 18" 10 an SS line from the drain to an NTP to AN adapter in the pan.

the othe water outlet was an m14 to 6an adapter, 6an swivel female to male.

it's best to sketch out a diagram of what you need so you don't order the wrong parts.
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Sweet man, thanks for all the help! Much appreciated.

I'll see what I can come up with.
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good luck! i'm going to be doing all over again as soon i can find a gt2554r.

i had to sell than system off.
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oil inlet is 12x1.25 i believe.its a bitch to find that to 4an
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Whenever you decide what you need from ATP, shoot me a PM and I will save you some cash.
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Thanks turbopezz, I'll look for one. I think atp has one, I'll hit you up wideopen when I'll be ready to order.
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i will too, wide. thanks!
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Let me know if I can help. It will be about a week before I order anything new.
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I've got most of the fittings figured out, when it's all finished I'll post a list of all the bits that you would need to do SS lines with AN fittings for oil and water supply.

Thanks for all the help guys.
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