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Old 11-30-2006, 11:40 PM   #1
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You guys think these will work for an oil feed line?

http://www.paragonperformance.com/assys2.html
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Old 11-30-2006, 11:47 PM   #2
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Don't see any reason why not. Looks like a decent price.

If it doesn't work out, try turbo-supply.com. I recently ordered stuff from them: it was amazing to see all the lines and fittings that arrived at my door for $60 (oil feed line, oil drain line, drain fitting for pan, supply fittings (both block and turbo), 2 14mm banjo bolts (coolant lines), 4 copper washers).
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woo headed there right now.. thanx
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whats your grand total up to atlanta?
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what length feed line did u get?
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I'm at $1050 so far, and still need to get my charge pipes and some random cheap bits (coolant lines, fuel lines, turbo bolts, BOV lines).

My turbo will be mounting low, but I went with a 36" oil feed line to be safe. I'd rather be too long. I got it with a 90* end, and forgot to mention that I also bought a 90* -4 adapter, just in case (included in the $60).
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thats sweet, i was just lookin on there, he has some very good prices..
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