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Old 02-10-2010, 01:26 AM   #61
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Just PM/email me when you're ready to purchase.
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Shoot me a pm with your paypal, I'll be taking the oil feed and drain, the silicone for the drain.
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Do you have M16 banjo coolant line kits?
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so this includes the M10 x 1.5 to -3AN fitting?
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so this includes the M10 x 1.5 to -3AN fitting?
Yes, it includes the M10x1.5 to -3 block fitting with new crush washer.
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Do I understand correctly that you said you're making kits for 90-95 but then say you're not making kits for 1.8s? So are you making kits for 94 and 95 1.8s?
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Do I understand correctly that you said you're making kits for 90-95 but then say you're not making kits for 1.8s? So are you making kits for 94 and 95 1.8s?
That was a mistake. 90-95 blocks is correct. I don't make oil feed kits for 96+ blocks. More specifically, I only make kits for blocks with a drivers side oil feed port.

The oil drain and coolant lines are universal for all years.

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Cool. I'll probably be contacting you in the near future for the full kit.
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Sounds good. I now carry black silicone lines, and the all fittings are silver/natural aluminum for a stealher look.
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Can you make me a price for the hole kit for a T25 no banjo shipped to Montreal (postal code : J7V 8A7) thanks
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Can you make me a price for the hole kit for a T25 no banjo shipped to Montreal (postal code : J7V 8A7) thanks
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Could you please give me a price for the hole kit T28 to ship to the UK?
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Got it today!

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Hi, I'd be interested in purchasing a feed and return kit.

Would you be able to ship to Ireland.?
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Sure, that's not a problem. If you can't PM, please e-mail me at [email protected]

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Currently using your oil/coolant lines now and I love it!

Thanks Abe.
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Old 09-18-2010, 11:26 PM   #77
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I'm having a small issue at the turbo. Look closely and you'll see the adapter doesn't cover the entire opening which is beveled outward at the very top. I've been using a washer, but because the threads don't go all the way to the nut, and there's an indent between the threads and the nut, it's very difficult to align and I still get small amounts of oil leakage.

I'm currently looking for a thin nut that's wider to make the fit work.

Any ideas?

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Old 09-19-2010, 12:26 PM   #78
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I made the mistake of assuming the greddy turbo used an inverted flare to make the seal, like Garrett turbos have.

The fitting you need is this one:



It's in the mail, coming your way.
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Cool. No big deal (I drove all the way to Vegas from SF and back). I actually found a washer that fits pretty tightly for the nonce. Next step is installing the return. Thanks!

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Could you do kits for a MSM turbo on a 94?

Coolant: M12-1.25
Oil Feed: M10-1.50
Oil Return flange: M6-1.00
(borrowed from pwrofturbo's thread)
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