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Old 01-16-2007, 03:42 PM   #41
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I really don't know about the T25's. I honestly started this with the T3 platform in mind, but those who were interested had the T25's and GT25. I can make a kit for whatever you like. These will be available on a person to person basis for a while. I am just doing this out of pocket because there isn't really anyone out there that offers this, and if I can help out people where I know I had some problems, I feel like I am helping people out. I have a few of the required parts in stock, ie -4 lines and -8 lines, restrictors and -4 to -4 90*. These will probably be shipped out on the weekends when I get back into town from school. Let me know if you are interested and we can go from there.
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I really don't know about the T25's. I honestly started this with the T3 platform in mind, but those who were interested had the T25's and GT25. I can make a kit for whatever you like. These will be available on a person to person basis for a while. I am just doing this out of pocket because there isn't really anyone out there that offers this, and if I can help out people where I know I had some problems, I feel like I am helping people out. I have a few of the required parts in stock, ie -4 lines and -8 lines, restrictors and -4 to -4 90*. These will probably be shipped out on the weekends when I get back into town from school. Let me know if you are interested and we can go from there.
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alright...I'll have to figure out what I need then .

I'm pretty sure the GT series are both water/oil cooled...the standard t25 might be oil cooled only..? might need to figure this out...thanks, I'll get back to ya.
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Old 01-16-2007, 05:33 PM   #43
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the standard t25 might be oil cooled only..?
All the T25 found on nissan (sr20det, ca18det, 300zx) and DSM are oil AND water cooled.

What do you think I have taken the water lines for?:gay:
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All the T25 found on nissan (sr20det, ca18det, 300zx) and DSM are oil AND water cooled.

What do you think I have taken the water lines for?:gay:
Lol, thanks..

...for some reason I was thinking you had a GT series...lol I dunno why when it says in your sig.....and it those post. Anybody have pics of the lines/turbo while in the car? just so I can see where they are.
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Old 01-16-2007, 05:45 PM   #45
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come now....have you been doing your homwork on what you need for your turbo set-up.....honestly before you invest further, do research on a part before you buy So that way you dont haft to go back and spend more money...waste of time and headachs
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Old 01-16-2007, 05:47 PM   #46
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by the way bandit, my paypal account has been verified And Im going to transfer some funds to paypal and have them out to you mhy friend Im extreamly sorry for the delay.....
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Old 01-17-2007, 01:11 PM   #47
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Alright so this is still happening correct? Give me another month so I can purchase the turbo and let you know what setup I've got currently I'm using the HKS Manifold.
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Old 01-17-2007, 09:13 PM   #48
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Just let me know when you want it and what configuration. I'm still up for orders.
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Old 01-23-2007, 01:34 AM   #49
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I'll be needing a drain kit for a SR20 T25 on a 1.8 with all the taps and everything here in about the next month. Do you think you could shoot me a quote so I know what I'm lookin at?
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Old 01-24-2007, 06:41 PM   #50
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Can I get a price on the water/oil kit for a GT25r (I actually have a stock MSP turbo, but I think they are the same) on a 94 1.8? I want to use the spare oil port on the block. Thanks. Also, can you give me a list of what all it will come with (i.e. drill bit, tap, fittings, etc...)? Thanks again.

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Old 01-24-2007, 08:42 PM   #51
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I will get you either this evening or tomorrow. The basic kit includes the required fittings for the oil and water lines. If you would like I can include the drill and tap for the oil pan. Let me know exactly what you are looking for.
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Old 01-28-2007, 01:20 PM   #52
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I've the 'standard' Greddy kit installed and want to bin the horrible rubber tubing oil return line. What I would need is a stainless braided line to run down to the stump, the connections and also the tapping bit etc.

Also, I have a friend who is missing the 'T' type bolt that bolts the oil feed line to the Turbo housing itself, he can't seem to get it here in Ireland. It's a Greddy kit he bought secondhand and he can't install it until he finds that bolt.
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I am not familiar with the GReddy kit, as I have a 1.8L and never messed with it. If you can get me some sizes, lengths and more specific about the T type bolt I will see what I can do for you.
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id be down for a greddy kit too
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Are you going to be doing a 16g kit?
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Old 01-30-2007, 01:42 AM   #56
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I can do a kit for about anything assuming I know what thread sizes and such I need to get. I am willing to do whatever, but I just don't have the sizes for each specific turbo and application, so I just need a little help our your guys part. If anyone knows about what the GReddy would require let me know.
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Hey...I keep bothering you, could you shoot me a pm for a price on everything I'd need to plumb and drain a Garret GT2554r turbo on a 1.6 w/ begi manifold: water & oil
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I will send you a PM tomorrow. I think I even have the drain flange you need.
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Greddy kit -> 1/2" NPT to -10AN fitting would be used if using stainless steel lines.
How long would the return line have to be ?
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I use 1/2NPT to -8AN for the drain. Generally I send 18" of line for the kits.
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