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Old 05-17-2010
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so is that all thats done to the truck? No rockers or anything? maybe I missed it but it looks like a 3.0L, is that correct? What size is that turbo? how much??
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Weres the vids yo? :)
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so is that all thats done to the truck? No rockers or anything? maybe I missed it but it looks like a 3.0L, is that correct? What size is that turbo? how much??
check page 1, most of your questions are answered there
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the truck is a 4.0
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check page 1, most of your questions are answered there
Must have skipped over it, thanks
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no worries man!
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ill post vids tomorrow night. and pics. and the whole build. it doesn't even have a front grill rightnow.. i ve rollin around town all ghetto like.. :D
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lol nice
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yeah but when your truck rolls around going WEEEEEEE PSSSSSSSSSSST you are allowed to not have a grill... it's in the rules!
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that was definately the problem.. so instead of solving it.. i just hook the pump up after the turbo and started pulling the oil out faster that it was going in.. prob solved. drove it all around vegas yesterday.. no smoking and anything.. just have to build a shield or seomthing tomorrow at the machine shop or something.. the BOV sounds soo good!!! i jizz in my pants drivin it.. but as for boost... something is wrong.. i have a leak.. ill deal with that later when i get tuned.
Wait, how did you expect the oil drain to flow back into the engine?? A standard turbo set up the drain is gravity feed back into the oil pan, with a remote mount, you need a pump there to pump the oil back into the oil pan. You had it wrong to begin with. The incoming oil is already pressurized by the engine....meow post moar pictures!
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Wait, how did you expect the oil drain to flow back into the engine?? A standard turbo set up the drain is gravity feed back into the oil pan, with a remote mount, you need a pump there to pump the oil back into the oil pan. You had it wrong to begin with. The incoming oil is already pressurized by the engine....meow post moar pictures!
without an restrictor valve for the oil pressure there is enough oil pressure coming of the OPS to pump the oil all the way back to teh turbo and back to the front, through a oil cooler and then back to the top of the oil inlet.. i was amazed.. i was like.. WTF are people talking about scavenger pumps.. you dont need one.. then now i know that too much oil is problem.. haha.. im getting lazy guys... ill post pics tomorrow. promise.
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pssshhh (and not the bov) right........
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