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Old 02-04-2007, 05:04 PM   #61
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18" ?
Would that be long enough to reach from the Turbo to the pan ?
I think the Greddy sits a little higher than the oil/water turbos out there (aka FM *cough*).
Does the tapping bit come with the it etc ?
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Old 02-04-2007, 09:14 PM   #62
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Actually I usually get 20" just to be sure. My turbo sits about as high as you can get it, and mine is 18". I can get the tap and drill if you are interested, but I don't stock those items.
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Old 02-04-2007, 09:57 PM   #63
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Yeah that would be great man !
I'd need the tap and drill, steel braded line with connections at each end, and also the connector to put in the pan itself etc.
Can you PM me a price for those ?
I don't have PayPal but I can do a bank transfer no probs
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Old 02-05-2007, 03:25 AM   #64
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Do you have a drain flange on your Greddy Turbo already? I will try and get you a price within the next few days. It will be this weekend before I can get it shipped out for you.
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Old 02-05-2007, 11:15 AM   #65
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Nice ! Thanks Bandit !!
I've just for the standard little pipe on the Turbo for the plastic/rubber tube that came with the kit. I was going to cut off the pipe and weld on another connection but if you can get me something to put in it's place it would be fantastic - plug an play !
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Old 02-05-2007, 01:46 PM   #66
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Can somebody do a quick measurement from the oil return flange on a Greddy Turbo down to the oil pan please ?
I'm at work for the next 12 hours so can't get out to my car.....it's dark outside anyway so even if I did get out I wouldn't see anything
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Old 02-26-2007, 09:29 AM   #67
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Hey Bandit, any update on the kit/parts ?
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Old 02-26-2007, 11:52 AM   #68
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Hey, I never did get the length of hose you needed for the return and what size hose fitting you need to connect to your turbo. I'm working on the drill/tap situation, trying to find you the best deal. Let me know.
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Do u have any kits for a return line for the greddy kit? i want one to run to the other side of the motor, along with all the fittings i would need. i'm not sure how long it should be but i'm sure someone here can fill us in. thanks
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I can get you just about whatever you want, if you just let me know. Generally I send out 18" for the return.
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Payment has been sent !!
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Shipment has been received !
An excellent quality kit and the shipping was 1st class !!
It took me a few days to get the kit from the local PO as I was stuck in work on 12 hour shifts, but I got it now and it's going into the car this Saturday
Thanks again Bandit !!!
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Hey Bandit, what size tapping bit do I need to get again ?
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Hey Michael, what's going on with the kit? Did you happen to get all the parts? I'm still in need for the T25 kit, full water and oil SS.
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Oil feed line/fittings and drain line/fittings for a 1.6 running a DSM turbo with the megan manifold?
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Can you give me a quote for a oil feed and return as well as water for GT28R/RS turbo.

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Oil/ water lines needed for T3 set up in my 94. It's a saab t3, don't know if that matters. Want as complete a set up as possible. Price? Availability?
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Oops, also gunna be needing IC piping. I'm thinking a one side intercooler routing piping over the top. Keep the routing as short and simple as possible. Let you know what I'll be needing.
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i need a oil return setup for a greddy kit. i need everything but the drill bit and tap. i have those but ill need everything else. let me know how much.
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PM price on a t3 kit Bandit . Thanks will be using a oil relocation kit also on my car i am sure you I can tell off for the feed also. Just to let you know.
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